Definition of 'burger'
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There will be table football as well as kiosks serving burgers and pizzas. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Combine all the ingredients except the burger buns and form into four patties. The Sun (2016)Top each toasted muffin with a slice of tomato and a burger patty. The Sun (2016)Going to eat a burger? Times, Sunday Times (2016)But the burger chain must not try to cash in by making him'something more menacing '. The Sun (2016)Watched burger bar to gourmet star it was so good! The Sun (2015)Top bun with tomato slice and salad then add burger. The Sun (2015)The burger chain has teamed up with job centres to offer work and training. The Sun (2009)We slipped into our favourite burger joint and found a booth in a suitably dimly lit corner. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Who keeps burger buns in the fridge? Times, Sunday Times (2009)They do good burgers and decent pizzas. The Sun (2015)Then try to eat your burger without getting it down your front. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Tip the chicken into a large bowl and add the remaining burger ingredients. The Sun (2012)Instead there is a retro burger bar. Times, Sunday Times (2006)It is only a burger joint opened by some friends of mine from the coffee shop. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Toast your burger buns on a griddle pan. The Sun (2014)They are the burger pizza of governments. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The burger chain opened restaurants at six locations across the country for fast food fans fed up with turkey and stuffing. The Sun (2008)Why don't we just have mixed meat burgers? Times, Sunday Times (2013)The classic all-time favourite burger is with beef. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Put the burger on the salad, top with the bun and extra mustard if desired. Times, Sunday Times (2014)
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