Definition of burger in English:

burger

Line breaks: bur¦ger
Pronunciation: /ˈbəːɡə
 
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noun

1A flat round cake of minced beef that is fried or grilled and typically served in a bread roll; a hamburger.
More example sentences
  • There will be a grill area for burgers, hot dogs and fries as well as a pizza oven.
  • Others had time to set up a small gas grill to cook some burgers and dogs.
  • I lost a burger down the gap in the grill - the burgers weren't the best quality and fell apart very easily.
1.1 [with modifier] A similarly shaped food item made of a specified ingredient: a nut burger
More example sentences
  • It is the main ingredient in soy burgers, ice cream, milk shakes, and fake cheese.
  • I tried the new smokey bar-be-que flavour chicken fillet burger form KFC on my way home on Sunday.
  • After a quick perusal of the pantry and the fridge, Dawn decided on turkey burger and fries.

Origin

1930s (originally US): abbreviation of hamburger.

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