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beefburger

noun

a sandwich made of loose hamburger

BLT

noun

a sandwich filled with bacon, lettuce, and tomato

bruschetta

noun

Italian bread rubbed with garlic and toasted then spread with olive oil, oil and tomatoes, or some other topping

burger

noun

informal a hamburger

burger

noun

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

burrito

noun

a type of Mexican food made with a tortilla (=a piece of flat thin bread) that is folded over and filled with meat or beans and cheese

canapé

noun

a small biscuit or piece of bread with food such as cheese or meat on top, served with drinks at a party

club sandwich

noun

a thick sandwich that consists of three slices of bread with two layers of meat or cheese in between

double-decker

noun

a sandwich consisting of three pieces of bread separated by two layers of food

empanada

noun

a type of food consisting of a piece of soft flat bread folded around pieces of meat or fruit and cooked in oil

enchilada

noun

a Mexican food consisting of a piece of flat bread rolled up and filled with meat and cheese, served with a hot sauce

French toast

noun

bread covered in raw egg and milk and cooked in hot fat

gyro

noun

American a sandwich consisting of meat cooked on a spit (=a metal rod that turns near a fire) and salad eaten on pita bread. The British word is doner kebab.

hero

noun

American a type of sandwich that consists of meat, cheese, and vegetables on a long narrow piece of bread

hoagie

noun

American a large sandwich made with meat and cheese on a long piece of bread cut down the middle

hot dog

noun

a sandwich that consists of two narrow pieces of bread with a sausage (=tube of meat) inside

melba toast

noun

very thin pieces of bread that have been heated until they are hard and break easily

open-faced sandwich

noun

American a sandwich served on one piece of bread without a top piece

poor boy

noun

American a long sandwich filled with meat or cheese

quesadilla

noun

a tortilla that is filled with cheese and other foods such as tomatoes, peppers, and chicken and cooked on a grill

rarebit

noun

Welsh rarebit

Reuben sandwich

noun

a type of sandwich eaten in the U.S. that is made from dark bread and is filled with pastrami, cheese, and sauerkraut

roll

noun

a bread roll filled with meat, cheese, etc.

sandwich

noun

a light meal that you make by putting a layer of food such as meat, cheese, or egg between two pieces of bread

sloppy joe

noun

American a sandwich consisting of a bun filled with sauce and cooked ground beef (=meat cut into very small pieces by a machine)

sub

noun

informalAmerican a submarine sandwich

submarine sandwich

noun

American a sandwich made with meat, cheese, tomatoes, etc. on a long narrow piece of bread

toast

noun

bread that has been heated until its outside is brown and hard

toastie

noun

British a sandwich that has been toasted

tortilla

noun

a type of thin flat Mexican bread that is often rolled or folded and filled with cheese, beans, or meat

Welsh rarebit

noun

a meal of cheese sauce poured over bread and cooked

wrap

noun

a type of sandwich made with flat round bread that is wrapped around meat, salad, or vegetables

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a lifestyle focussing on simple pleasures such as comfort and cosiness in the home, and spending time with friends and family

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a form of location that involves the underwater detonation of a bomb which causes sound waves that are picked up by ships

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