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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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tenderlointen‧der‧loin /ˈtendəlɔɪn $ -ər-/ noun [uncountable]  DFCmeat that is soft and easy to eat, cut from each side of the backbone of cows or pigs
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tenderloinI know how you enjoy a tenderloin.Puny would spend Thursday baking bread and a cake, and he would roast a tenderloin and do the potatoes.The saddle and tenderloin can also sometimes be found, and they provide very succulent meat.broiled beef tenderloin
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