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breast in Food, dish topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbreastbreast1 /brest/ ●●● S3 noun  1 HBHBODYwoman’s body [countable] one of the two round raised parts on a woman’s chest that produce milk when she has a baby These bras are specially designed for women with large breasts. breast milk breast cancerbare-breasted/small-breasted etc2 chestCHEST [countable]HBH written the part of your body between your neck and your stomach Dick cradled her photograph against his breast.3 birdPART OF A BIRD [countable]HBB the front part of a bird’s body, below its neck a robin with a red breastred-breasted/white-breasted etc red-breasted geese4 meatMEAT [uncountable]DFF meat that comes from the front part of the body of a bird such as a chicken turkey breast5 clothes [countable usually singular] the part of a jacket, shirt etc that covers the top part of your chest double-breasted, single-breasted6 make a clean breast of it/things7 emotionsEMOTIONS [countable] literaryFEEL HAPPY/FRIGHTENED/BORED ETC where your feelings of sadness, love, anger, fear etc come from a troubled breast beat your breast at beat1(31), → chimney breast
Examples from the Corpus
breastbreast cancerA variety of experimental technologies are being tested in the effort to find better ways to diagnose breast cancer, Blumenthal said.Fill the terrine with layers of forcemeat and guinea fowl breast.His arms were folded across his breast.Nate kept patting his breast pockets, looking for his pipe.I consoled him at my breast when he wept.Remove breasts before the leg-thigh pieces, while still springy and juicy, and keep warm.Anger swelled the young man's breast.