Definition of 'brown bread'
Example sentences containing 'brown bread'
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In vain he wrote brown bread on the list, sometimes wholemeal, underlined. HIDING FROM THE LIGHT (2003)A clay cup with a broken handle followed, and after that a loaf of brown bread, reasonably fresh. A TIME OF WAR (2003)`Besides, you'd make the sandwiches with brown bread in spite of it being Jason's birthday. THE PRESIDENT'S CHILD (2003)
The fish were quickly fried, and the hungry travellers ate them with canned stewed tomatoes and brown bread. THE VIKING SYMBOL MYSTERY (2003)
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Translations for 'brown bread'
British English: brown bread /braʊn brɛd/ NOUN
Brown bread is made from grains that have not had their outer layers removed.
- American English: brown bread
- Arabic: خُبْز أَسْمَر
- Brazilian Portuguese: pão integral
- Chinese: 黑面包
- Croatian: crni kruh
- Czech: celozrnné pečivo
- Danish: brunt brød
- Dutch: bruinbrood
- European Spanish: pan integral
- Finnish: tumma leipä
- French: pain complet
- German: Schwarzbrot
- Greek: μαύρο ψωμί
- Italian: pane integrale
- Japanese: 黒パン
- Korean: 흑빵
- Norwegian: grovbrød
- Polish: ciemny chleb
- European Portuguese: pão integral
- Romanian: pâine neagră
- Russian: отрубной хлеб
- Spanish: pan integral
- Swedish: fullkornsbröd
- Thai: ขนมปังสีน้ำตาล
- Turkish: esmer ekmek
- Ukrainian: чорний хліб
- Vietnamese: bánh mì nâu
Definition of brown bread from the Collins English Dictionary
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