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beefsteak

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Pronunciation: /ˈbiːfsteɪk
 
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Definition of beefsteak in English:

noun

A thick slice of lean beef, typically from the rump and eaten grilled or fried: beefsteaks so large that one slice makes a sandwich [mass noun]: high-quality beefsteak
More example sentences
  • Yet, it was revealed that among the meats purchased were huge quantities of beef, pork and beefsteaks!
  • Ready for workaday food, I opted for the beefsteak and egg, with a side order of fried chips.
  • They'll have them that evening with the beefsteaks.

Words that rhyme with beefsteak

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