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tripe

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Food
tripetripe /traɪp/ noun [uncountable]  1 DFthe stomach of a cow or pig, used as food tripe and onions2 especially British English informalUNTRUE something someone says or writes that is stupid or untrue What Charles was saying was utter tripe.
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tripeThe use of such meat by-products as heart meat, tongue meat, and tripe is permitted unless prohibited by state law.Here and there a Roman dish, cabbage cooked with leeks, stuffed dates, tripe in ginger sauce, yuk!He wondered idly what sort of tripe Hank had written.I don't waste my time watching the tripe that's on TV.
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