Definition of cervelat in English:

cervelat

Line breaks: cer|velat
Pronunciation: /ˈsəːvəlɑː
 
, -lat/

noun

[mass noun]
A kind of smoked pork sausage.
More example sentences
  • She doesn't like sausages so much except for homemade and cervelat and sometimes a full beef dog from Abeles and Heymann and mostly I guess air-dried cervelat.
  • The cervelat is uncooked, but preserved by curing, drying and smoking.
  • Gothaer Cervelat is a cervelat of German origin; made only of very lean pork, finely chopped and cured.

Origin

early 17th century: from obsolete French, earlier form of cervelas, from Italian cervellata.

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