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steak British & World English

High-quality beef taken from the hindquarters of the animal, typically cut into thick slices that are cooked by grilling or frying

rump steak British & World English

A cut of beef from the animal’s rump

skirt steak British & World English

A beefsteak cut from the diaphragm muscle

steak Diane British & World English

A dish consisting of thin slices of steak fried with seasonings, especially Worcestershire sauce

steak knife British & World English

A knife with a serrated blade for use when eating steak

steak Diane New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

thin slices of steak fried with seasoning

minute steak British & World English

A thin slice of steak cooked very quickly

steak tartare British & World English

A dish consisting of raw minced steak mixed with raw egg, onion, and seasonings and shaped into small cakes or patties

Delmonico steak British & World English

A small steak cut from the front section of the short loin of beef

chicken-fried steak British & World English

A thin piece of beef which is lightly battered and fried until crisp

porterhouse steak British & World English

A thick steak cut from the thick end of a sirloin

steak au poivre British & World English

Steak coated liberally with crushed peppercorns before cooking

cheesesteak British & World English

A long bread roll with a filling of thinly sliced sautéed beef, melted cheese, and sautéed onions

chuck steak in chuck3 British & World English

A cut of beef that extends from the neck to the ribs, typically used for stewing

fillet steak in fillet British & World English

A beef steak cut from the lower part of a sirloin

T-bone British & World English

A large choice piece of loin steak containing a T-shaped bone

Hamburg British & World English

another term for hamburger.

Hamburg steak in Hamburg2 British & World English

another term for hamburger.