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sirloin

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Food
sirloinsir‧loin /ˈsɜːlɔɪn $ ˈsɜːr-/ (also sirloin steak) noun [countable, uncountable]  DFa good-quality piece of beef which is cut from the lower part of a cow’s back
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sirloinThe best sirloin steaks are the pin-bone and flat-bone steaks because Of their neat muscle structure.That particular mouthful amounted to thick slices of boiled sirloin accompanied by a pancake.For grilling, choose top loin, sirloin, rib eye, Porterhouse or bone steaks.The Carvery every lunch time serves prime roast sirloin.An excellent sliced sirloin which followed was more familiar.Boning and muscle-boning of the sirloin gives meaty cuts with a variety of names that confuse the consumer.
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