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smorgasbord in Food topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsmorgasbordsmor‧gas‧bord /ˈsmɔːɡəsbɔːd $ ˈsmɔːrɡəsbɔːrd/ noun  1 a smorgasbord of something2 DF[countable, uncountable] a meal in which people serve themselves from a large number of different dishes syn buffet
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