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Meaning of “menu” - Learner’s Dictionary

menu

noun [C]     /ˈmenjuː/
FOOD
A2 a list of food and drinks that you can order in a restaurant: a lunch/dinner menu I ordered the most expensive thing on the menu (= available in the restaurant).Restaurants and cafes
COMPUTING
A2 a list that appears on a computer screen of the choices available in a computer program: a pop-up menu Computer concepts
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