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jacket potato

Syllabification: jack·et po·ta·to

Definition of jacket potato in English:

noun

British
A baked potato served with the skin on.
Example sentences
  • Ann had a jacket potato and baked beans with a salad garnish and coleslaw.
  • I have a quick lunch at a cafe called Hamilton's (the only time I like the name) round the corner: salt beef and gherkins or a jacket potato with cheese or chilli.
  • Real cheese, before we get too carried away, is the stuff that may reliably be teamed with a pickled onion or, if there's nothing more compelling in the fridge, grated onto a jacket potato.

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