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gammon
American English: /ˈɡæmən/
British English: /ˈɡamən/

Translation of gammon in Spanish:

noun

uncountable
  • (especially British English)
    jamón (masculine) fresco
    Example sentences
    • Twelve ounce steaks are available, as are moussaka, deep fried scampi and gammon steaks, as well as a choice of reasonably-priced burgers and kebabs.
    • Half an hour later, I left laden with gammon steaks, beefburgers, bacon, a side of beef, poultry, a bag of aubergines and two dozen eggs - all from local producers.
    • Chicken goujons, sausage rolls and turkey gammon roasts are soon to go the way of spaghetti hoops in Hampshire's school kitchens: they will be kicked off the menu.

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