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loaf1 British & World English

A quantity of bread that is shaped and baked in one piece and usually sliced before being eaten

loaf2 British & World English

Spend one’s time in an aimless, idle way

loaf English Thesaurus

he was loafing around his father's yards

meat loaf British & World English

A baked dish consisting of minced meat moulded into the shape of a loaf

milk loaf British & World English

A loaf of bread made with milk instead of water

nut loaf British & World English

A baked vegetarian dish made from ground or chopped nuts, vegetables, and herbs

pan loaf British & World English

A loaf baked in a pan or tin

French loaf British & World English

A loaf of French bread

loaf sugar British & World English

Sugar from or comprising a sugarloaf

cottage loaf British & World English

A loaf consisting of two round sections of bread, the smaller of which is on top of the larger

quartern loaf British & World English

A loaf of bread weighing four pounds

farmhouse loaf British & World English

A loaf of white bread, oval or rectangular in shape, with a rounded top

use one's loaf British & World English

Use one’s common sense

Sugar Loaf Mountain British & World English

A rocky peak situated to the north-east of Copacabana Beach, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. It rises to a height of 390 m (1,296 ft)

half a loaf is better than no bread British & World English

It is better to accept less than one wants or expects than to have nothing at all

use one's loaf in loaf1 British & World English

Use one’s common sense

sugarloaf British & World English

A conical moulded mass of sugar

half a loaf is better than no bread in loaf1 British & World English

It is better to accept less than one wants or expects than to have nothing at all