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Burgers and sausages

baloney

noun

bologna

beefburger

noun

a sandwich made of loose hamburger

beefburger

noun

a hamburger

bologna

noun

a type of sausage made from different meats, often eaten in sandwiches

boloney

another spelling of baloney

burger

noun

a hamburger

burger

noun

pieces of meat or vegetable that are pressed together, cooked in a flat round shape, and served in a bread roll

cheeseburger

noun

a type of burger that has a piece of cheese on top of the meat

chorizo

noun

a type of sausage containing strong spices from Spain or Latin America

frankfurter

noun

a long thin sausage that is often eaten inside a long thin bread roll

hamburger

noun

a food made by pressing small pieces of beef (=meat from a cow) into a flat round shape and cooking it in oil. Hamburgers are usually eaten in a bread bun and are often called burgers.

hot dog

noun

the type of soft sausage that is used to make a hot dog sandwich

liverwurst

noun

a type of sausage made using liver, usually cut into thin slices and eaten cold

pepperoni

noun

a type of Italian sausage that is used in foods such as pizza

salami

noun

a type of sausage containing strong spices, cut thin and served cold

sausage

noun

a food that consists of a tube of skin containing very small pieces of meat mixed with spices

Vegeburger

a burger made of vegetables or beans

a quarter-pounder/half-pounder

a burger that weighs a quarter/half of a pound

facekini

a face mask worn on the beach in order to protect the face from the sun

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grungy

dirty and sometimes untidy or smelling bad

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lookbook

a set of photographs which show what different clothes styles look like and is used to advertise those clothes

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