Definition of pork pie in English:

pork pie

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noun

British
A raised pie made with minced, cooked pork, typically eaten cold.
More example sentences
  • Two small and one large spice loaves from his sisters, a pork pie and a mince pie, two pounds of cheese-it was a veritable treasure chest of luxuries.
  • But he tasted success when his traditional pork pie and his speciality steak and onion pie were voted the best.
  • The British pork pie and its relative, the veal and ham pie, are survivals of the medieval tradition of raised pies, and have changed surprisingly little.

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