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forcemeat
American English: /ˈfɔrsˌmit/
British English: /ˈfɔːsmiːt/

Translation of forcemeat in Spanish:

noun

uncountable
  • Example sentences
    • Secondly, savoury mutton pies, usually filled with cutlets and forcemeat, or with caudles of eggs, or ragoos of oysters added after cooking, were also made.
    • Charge three crowns a pound for forcemeat that costs five crowns to make.
    • Not a pistachio in sight, unless they had been pulverised into the porridgey forcemeat around the chunks of chicken.

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