Definition of 'bread and butter'
Example sentences containing 'bread and butter'
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to find some moussaka in the freezer, as well as a rather mysterious bread and butter pudding in the fridge. THY BROTHER DEATH (2001)That plus at least four of the salmon sandwiches and some bread and butter. IN REAL LIFE (2001)
Most afternoons I manage to bestir myself, and walk the plank to buy my bread and butter under the stares of the townsfolk. 52449_CLARA (2001)
His mother set a plate of fried whiting, bread-and-butter and tea before him. THE OPEN DOOR (2004)Back in the living room, she gave Nathan his bottle and some bread-and-butter with no crusts that her host had prepared. THE GREENSTONE GRAIL: THE SANGREAL TRILOGY ONE (2004)Why did I order a second helping of bread-and-butter pudding? A SONG AT TWILIGHT (2004)
Translations for 'bread and butter'
British English: bread and butter NOUN
Something that is the bread and butter of a person or organization is the activity or work that provides the main part of their income.
The mobile phone business was actually his bread and butter.
Definition of bread and butter from the Collins English Dictionary
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