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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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salamisa‧la‧mi /səˈlɑːmi/ noun [countable, uncountable]  DFa large sausage with a strong taste that is eaten cold
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salamiFirst I bought a loaf of bread and salami and made myself ten sandwiches to cross the country on.I try to write good salami, but salami is salami.It's high quality stuff and his salami and his wild boar sausages are known all over Tuscany.Lunch was a collation of local salami, black olives, spring onions and dark soft rye-bread.Any thinly sliced salami works well, also cold roast meat with garlic and chilli sauce.Anne: Coffee and an apple and some salami for supper.
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