Translation of steak in Spanish:
- 1 (for grilling, frying) 1.1 countable/numerable bistec (masculine), filete (masculine), churrasco (masculine) (Southern Cone/Cono Sur) , bife (masculine) (River Plate area/Río de la Plata) (Bolivia) 1.2 uncountable/no numerable (cut) carne (feminine) para filete ( or bistec etc)Example sentences
- A green salad livened with blue cheese vinaigrette gets a fan of seared rare steak and colorful peppers.
- It's a wonderful recipe of pork, venison, steak, kielbasa sausage and sauerkraut.
- A versatile salad, this could be served as an accompaniment to grilled steak, chicken or the creamy fish pie above.
- 2 uncountable/no numerable (cut for braising, stewing) (British English/inglés británico) carne (feminine) para guisar or estofar (before noun/delante del nombre) steak and kidney pie pastel (masculine) de carne y riñonesExample sentences
- By choosing cuts for slow cooking, such as braising steak, you can buy organic beef for as little as £8.29 per kilo.
- The hours he worked each day to scrape the money for the health insurance, was it all going into video players and braised steak for dinner?
- Neither words nor time are wasted as pannikins of tea are drunk and braised steak is eaten.
- 3 countable/numerable (of ham) rodaja (feminine); (of fish) filete (masculine)Example sentences
- What is it about blokes and meat? steaks, burgers, chops are the way to a man's heart
- Not eating stacks of spare ribs and steaks, but a balanced diet of meat, fish and vegetables is healthier.
- It would be very sad if all French cooks could manage was pizzas, steaks and burgers.
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