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steak
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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
steak /steik/
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Concise Dictionary
steakssteɪk
noun
+a slice of meat cut from the fleshy part of an animal or large fish
Advanced English Dictionary
+ noun
1 (also less frequent beefsteak) [U, C] a thick slice of good quality beef: fillet / rump / sirloin steak + How would you like your steak done? + a steak knife (= one with a special blade for eating steak with)
2 [U, C] a thick slice of any type of meat: pork steak + a gammon steak
3 [U] (often in compounds) beef that is not of the best quality, often sold in small pieces and used in pies, STEWS, etc: braising / stewing steak + a steak and kidney pie
4 [C] a large thick piece of fish: a cod / salmon steak
Collocation Dictionary
noun

ADJ.

juicy, tender | tough | medium, medium-rare, rare, well done
I like my steak rare.
| chuck, fillet, loin, rump, sirloin, T-bone
a lightly-grilled fillet steak
| braising, stewing | beef | gammon, salmon, etc.

VERB + STEAK

eat, have | cook, fry, grill, stew
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