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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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steaksteak /steɪk/ ●●● S3 noun  1 [countable, uncountable]DF good quality beef, or a large thick piece of any good quality red meat2 cod/salmon/tuna etc steak3 [uncountable] British EnglishDF beef that is not of very good quality and is used in making casseroles etc
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steakThe next stop was a restaurant where I bought them each a steak dinner.Mr Slocum took the skin for himself and four big steaks.In the evening there is a full àlacarte menu with many steak specialities.I am seeing you eat your last piece of steak.Animal droppings, rotting cabbage or steak and chips, it's all okay for the Diet of worms.The steak was left to congeal on the plate, and Jenny ran down to the stable as fast as she could.Country pub atmosphere. Àlacarte and tabled'hôte, with steaks, chicken and veal specialities.
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