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sausage roll

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Definition of sausage roll in English:

noun

British
A piece of sausage meat wrapped in pastry and baked.
Example sentences
  • Just when he'd fancy some pork scratchings or a sausage roll, he'd discover that all there was to eat were bananas, apples and those annoying little boxes of raisins.
  • Most important are items such as vol-au-vent, bouchée, and an English example, the sausage roll.
  • People who skip breakfast often find themselves eating a pastry or a sausage roll on the way to work in an attempt to stop feeling hungry.

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