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salami
American English: /səˈlɑmi/
British English: /səˈlɑːmi/

Translation of salami in Spanish:

noun plural -mis

uncountable and countable
  • salami or (Southern Cone) salame (masculine)
    Example sentences
    • Village shops that once sold their ham in coffin-shaped tins, now peddle vac-packed slices of salami and prosciutto crudo, and this must surely be a step in the right direction.
    • Between dives, I enjoy the local food - grilled meat and smoked ham, salted pilchards, sheep's cheese, paprika salami, Slavonian spicy sausages and so on.
    • I also scarfed a plate of charcuterie which featured decent chorizo, a peppered salami and some sort of good cured pork loin which reminded me of Corsican lonzo, but could have been from anywhere, I'm no expert.

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