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offal
American English: /ˈɔfəl/
, /ˈɑfəl/
British English: /ˈɒf(ə)l/

Translation of offal in Spanish:

noun

uncountable
  • 1.1 (Cookery)
    despojos (masculine plural)
    interiores (masculine plural) (Chile)
    Example sentences
    • Certain limited measures were introduced which undermined this claim, including a ban on the use of specified bovine offals in the human food chain.
    • It is made with many offal tidbits, it is necessary to cook the offals separately before they are combined and cooked together.
    • An advisory was given to manufacturers of baby foods not to include ruminant offals in their products.
    1.2 (garbage)
    (American English)
    Example sentences
    • The early targets had been water supplies contaminated by human waste, slaughterhouse offal, and garbage.
    • While disappointed that someone would dump offal, he said he had been encouraged by the council's response to his call.
    • There's still that familiar stench, a mixture of open sewers, rotting rubbish and offal from street butchers' stalls mixed with dust and petrol fumes.

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