Definition of 'rump'

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French Translation of "rump"
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They also have a white rump that is conspicuous when they fly away. Times, Sunday Times (2016)They both have a gleaming white rump that is hard to miss. Times, Sunday Times (2015)This will leave the rump valued at about 4 billion. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Welcome back to the rump of the old Marussia outfit. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The fine dining restaurant offers British classics such as rump of lamb or steak and chips. The Sun (2016)Slice each lamb rump into 6 pieces. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Lunch on the likes of roast English lamb rump and summer vegetables. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The rump controls business remaining was too small to compete globally: a bid was inevitable. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The Government is working to bring on board the remaining rump. Times, Sunday Times (2009)My body ached, but my rump remained comfy. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Jays are shy birds, but are easily picked out as they flit off through the branches by their white rump. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Also, when it flies, it displays a clear white rump. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The name refers to the bird's most noticeable feature when you see it flying away - its long white rump. Times, Sunday Times (2013)There's a mixture of seafood and dishes such as roast chicken, rump of lamb and steaks with chips and onion rings. Times, Sunday Times (2014)From rump of lamb with three kinds of sweetcorn, to blueberry soufflé and roast banana ice cream, prepare to be wowed. The Sun (2015)THE former management of fashion chain D2 have bought back the rump of the business - ten days after it collapsed into administration. The Sun (2010)

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Translations for 'rump'

British English: rump /rʌmp/ NOUN
Rump or rump steak is meat cut from the rear end of a cow.
  • American English: round steak
  • Arabic: شَرِيحَةٌ مِن لـَحْمِ البَقَر
  • Brazilian Portuguese: bife de alcatra
  • Chinese: 臀部的牛排
  • Croatian: ramstek
  • Czech: kýta
  • Danish: tyksteg
  • Dutch: lendebiefstuk
  • European Spanish: filete de babilla
  • Finnish: takapaisti
  • French: rumsteck
  • German: Rumpsteak
  • Greek: κόντρα φιλέτο
  • Italian: bistecca di girello
  • Japanese: ランプステーキ
  • Korean: 럼프 스테이크
  • Norwegian: rundbiff
  • Polish: rumsztyk
  • European Portuguese: bife de alcatra
  • Romanian: ramstec
  • Russian: ромштекс
  • Latin American Spanish: filete de babilla
  • Swedish: rumpstek
  • Thai: เนื้อสะโพกของสัตว์
  • Turkish: biftek
  • Ukrainian: озадок
  • Vietnamese: thịt mông bò


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