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meatloaf

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Food, dish
meatloafmeat‧loaf /ˈmiːtləʊf $ -loʊf/ noun (plural meatloaves /-ləʊvz $ -loʊvz/) [countable, uncountable] 🔊 🔊 DFFmeat, herbs, and other foods mixed and baked together in the shape of a loaf
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meatloafTomorrow afternoon, he concluded with neighborly zeal, he would bake a meatloaf and take it over.Still, you'd have to say she can't cook a meatloaf.I broke the news to Joan that night over a dinner of her delicious meatloaf.My favorite dish, meatloaf and buttered eggplant, was on the menu every day.Want a livelier meatloaf or a bolder pizza topping?This place serves a mean meatloaf!Kind of like preparing political meatloaf for the masses.
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