English version

bagel

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Food, dish
bagelba‧gel /ˈbeɪɡəl/ noun [countable]  1 DFFa small ring-shaped type of bread2 informal an occasion when a tennis player wins all six games in a set, so that the score is 6-0 Murray dominated the match and won with a triple bagel 6-0,6-0,6-0.
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bagelOne thing is clear: Daily News readers are big bagel eaters.Who do you think will come buy bagels and lox on Ninth Street?The Daily News bagel team, which surveyed 13 bagel establishments recommended by readers, arrived at the same conclusion.And there are numerous sweet spreads to go with fruit and nut bagels.More than $ 500 million worth of bagels were sold in the United States in 1994.Glen accused her of letting the bagels get wet.The bagel has a rich history, though its origin is somewhat apocryphal.The bagels, almost dry, got wet again.
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