Definition of butcher's meat in English:

butcher's meat

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(also butcher meat)

noun

[mass noun] British
Fresh uncured meat excluding game and poultry.
More example sentences
  • In the first instance, rationing would be applied to five foodstuffs - butcher's meat, bacon, ham, sugar, butter, margarine, and cooking fats.
  • She bought butcher meat with her pocket money and, when that ran out, she resorted to pinching the family dog's food.
  • Proto-humans gathered around an anvil to make tools, butcher meat, and to eat.

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