Definition of 'bread roll'
Example sentences containing 'bread roll'
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He broke a bread roll, buttered it, then put it to one side. A SONG AT TWILIGHTBurnell gravely presented her with the congratulatory bread roll, which he had caught. SOMEWHERE EAST OF LIFEThey drank more coffee and then the Senora brought a bowl of salty soup and a bread roll. DESPERADOES
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Translations for 'bread roll'
British English: bread roll /brɛd rəʊl/ NOUN
A bread roll is a small piece of bread that is round or long and is made to be eaten by one person.
- American English: roll bread
- Arabic: قُرْص مِنْ خُبْز
- Brazilian Portuguese: pão redondo e pequeno
- Chinese: 小圆面包
- Croatian: pecivo
- Czech: houska
- Danish: bolle
- Dutch: bolletje brood
- European Spanish: panecillo
- Finnish: sämpylä
- French: petit pain
- German: Brötchen
- Greek: ψωμάκι
- Italian: panino
- Japanese: ロールパン
- Korean: 브레드 롤
- Norwegian: rundstykke
- Polish: bułka
- European Portuguese: pão pequeno
- Romanian: chiflă
- Russian: булка
- Spanish: panecillo
- Swedish: småfranska
- Thai: ขนมปังกลม
- Turkish: yuvarlak ekmek
- Ukrainian: булочка
- Vietnamese: ổ bánh mì
Definition of bread roll from the Collins English Dictionary
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