meat

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UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/ˈmiːt/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/mit/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling(mēt)


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meat

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
n
  1. [red, fresh, raw, lean, fatty, white] meat
  2. [stewed, grilled, roasted, braised, barbecued, fried, cooked, ground, cold] meat
  3. [kosher, halal, organic, free-range, grass-fed] meat
  4. [pig, sheep's] meat
  5. [export, import, pack, sell, distribute] meat
  6. [marinate, soak, cover] (the) meat (in)
  7. [stew] (the) meat
  8. [slice, chop, cut, fillet, grind] (the) meat
  9. the meat was cooking [on the barbecue, in the oven]
  10. [slaughter, kill] animals for (their) meat
  11. sorry, I don't eat meat
  12. sell meat [on, off] the bone
  13. that [ought to, should, will] put meat on your bones!
  14. is all bones and no meat!
  15. [pieces, cuts, slices, loins] of meat
  16. meat and [vegetables, potatoes, fish, seafood, poultry]
  17. [journalism, playing music] is my meat and potatoes
  18. UK: meat and two veg
  19. the meat of the [movie, book, climb]
  20. get to the meat of the matter
n as adj
  1. meat [dishes, curries, fajitas, substitutes]
  2. meat [consumption, products, factories]
  3. the meat [market, industry, sector]
  4. the meat [aisle, freezer, section, van]
  5. [stored, kept, put] in a meat locker
  6. UK: [wall-mounted, suspended] meat safes
  7. UK: [pies, perishables] were stored in meat safes
  8. UK: a cold meat sandwich
  9. meat-free [meals, products, range, recipes]
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