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sandwich /'sænwidʤ/Concise Dictionary
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sandwiches|sandwiched|sandwiching'sændwɪtʃ /'sænwɪdʒAdvanced English Dictionary
+two (or more) slices of bread with a filling between them
+make into a sandwich
+insert or squeeze tightly between two people or objects
noun, verbCollocation Dictionary
1 (also BrE informal sarnie) two slices of bread, often spread with butter, with a layer of meat, cheese, etc. between them: a ham / chicken sandwich + a sandwich bar (= a place that sells sandwiches)
See also - CLUB SANDWICH
2 (BrE) (in compounds) a SPONGE CAKE consisting of two layers with jam and/or cream between them: a chocolate sponge sandwich + a sandwich tin (= for baking such a cake in)
Phrasal Verbs: sandwich sb/sth between sb/sth [usually passive] to fit sth/sb into a very small space between two other things or people, or between two times: I was sandwiched between two fat men on the bus. + Their house is sandwiched between a supermarket and a school.
sandwich A and B together (with sth) to put sth between two things to join them: Sandwich the cakes together with cream.
cheese, ham, etc. | toasted | open | club
VERB + SANDWICH
He made two rounds of tuna sandwiches.
| bite into, eat, have, munch, take a bite of
SANDWICH + NOUN
filling | bag, box | bar
in a/the ~
What would you like in your sandwich?
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