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We kept a piece of crust from his cheese sandwich. The Sun (2011)These composite panels consist of a layer of insulation sandwiched between two layers of structure. Times, Sunday Times (2016)He seemed particularly interested in my ham sandwiches. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Scatter the jam with berries and sandwich the two halves back together. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Sandwich together with the bun tops and serve. Times, Sunday Times (2014)There are only so many hoummos and carrot or dry chicken salad sandwiches one can take. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Do you have a weird favourite sandwich filling? Times, Sunday Times (2010)Not because we would normally eat sandwiches for dinner but because that seemed indicative of the menu. Times, Sunday Times (2013)We test the strawberries and cream sandwich thetimes. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Ditch the cheese sandwich in favour of a hot drink. Times, Sunday Times (2008) Sandwich the cake layers together with some lemon curd. The Sun (2014)And perhaps one day in the future they could share a steak sandwich together. The Sun (2015)Stick one in your sandwich and feel fuller longer. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Also good as a sandwich filling or spread on little biscuits. Cooking with Beans and PulsesMy guess is that far more men than women eat toasted cheese sandwiches. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Spread each layer with the orange curd cream and sandwich the four cakes together. The Sun (2015)Put two sandwiches in the pan and put another heavy frying pan on top to squash them down. Times, Sunday Times (2011)We're just the meat in the sandwich. Christianity Today (2000)England know that too and must make Bale the meat in the sandwich. The Sun (2016)
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Translations for 'sandwich'
British English: sandwich /ˈsænwɪdʒ; -wɪtʃ/ NOUN
A sandwich consists of two slices of bread with a layer of food between them.
...a cheese sandwich.
- American English: sandwich
- Arabic: سَنْدوِيتش
- Brazilian Portuguese: sanduíche
- Chinese: 三明治
- Croatian: sendvič
- Czech: sendvič
- Danish: sandwich
- Dutch: sandwich
- European Spanish: emparedado
- Finnish: kerrosvoileipä
- French: sandwich
- German: Sandwich
- Greek: σάντουιτς
- Italian: tramezzino
- Japanese: サンドイッチ
- Korean: 샌드위치
- Norwegian: sandwich
- Polish: kanapka
- European Portuguese: sanduíche
- Romanian: sandviș
- Russian: бутерброд
- Spanish: emparedado
- Swedish: smörgås
- Thai: ขนมปังแซนด์วิช
- Turkish: sandviç
- Ukrainian: бутерброд
- Vietnamese: bánh sandwich
British English: sandwich VERB
If you sandwich two things together with something else, you put that other thing between them.
Sandwich the two halves of the sponge together with cream.
Definition of sandwich from the Collins English Dictionary
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