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My leg looked like butchered meat. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The kitchen also has a five-star hygiene rating and local butchers buy meat from there. The Sun (2016)This is a butcher's shop. The Sun (2017)The countryside, a place of healing where the two fugitive princes hide out, is grossly misrepresented by a butchered animal and a greenhouse full of dope. Times, Sunday Times (2016)They also ensure that the meat is butchered and hung properly. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The twins would also beg local farmers and butchers for animal heads. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The town might have lost its butcher and baker. Times, Sunday Times (2006)How many more innocents will be butchered by evil men who were freed from jail early? The Sun (2006)They are then either sold to dolphin trainers or killed and butchered. Times, Sunday Times (2014)He currently looks like a butcher struggling to get his stock in from the van. The Sun (2011)Sage bursts on to the first page as he is chased by a butcher after stealing meat. Times, Sunday Times (2012)And far less than the meagre payouts given to families of innocents butchered by merciless thugs like his son. The Sun (2011)What if the butcher's shop had closed? Times, Sunday Times (2013)Because he's a butcher and says he always wears a pen behind his ear. Times, Sunday Times (2009)And if we do, our butchers will make you some fresh on the spot. The Sun (2011)Small butchers' shops will omit the lungs. Smith, Drew Food Watch (1994)He said he'd have it killed and butchered for us. Times, Sunday Times (2006)A probe found a potential link to cooked ham from small butchers. The Sun (2013)In their most recent match against northern hemisphere opposition they were taken to the cleaners, bakers and butchers. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Initial investigations have found a potential common link to cooked ham from small independent butchers, though tests on products have been negative. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Yes, 3,000 people had been butchered. Times, Sunday Times (2010)That way they know precisely what size vegetables we are looking for, for example, or how we want our meat butchered. Times, Sunday Times (2006)

Sinônimos de butcher

meat trader, slaughterer, meat merchant, meat seller
murderer, killer, slaughterer, slayer
mess up, destroy, ruin, wreck

Tendências de butcher

Palavra de uso ocasional. butcher é uma das 30000 palavras mais frequentemente usadas no dicionário Collins

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Traduções de butcher

Inglês Britânico: butcher /ˈbʊtʃə/ NOUN
person A butcher is a shopkeeper who sells meat.
  • Inglês Americano: butcher
  • Árabe: جَزّار
  • Português Brasileiro: açougueiro
  • Chinês: 屠夫
  • Croata: mesar
  • Tcheco: řezník
  • Dinamarquês: slagter
  • Holandês: slager
  • Espanhol Europeu: carnicero
  • Finlandês: teurastaja
  • Francês: boucher
  • Alemão: Metzger
  • Grego: χασάπης
  • Italiano: macellaio
  • Japonês: 肉屋
  • Coreano: 정육점 주인
  • Norueguês: slakter
  • Polonês: rzeźnik
  • Português Europeu: talhante
  • Romeno: măcelar
  • Russo: мясник
  • Espanhol: carnicero
  • Sueco: slaktare
  • Tailandês: คนขายเนื้อ
  • Turco: kasap
  • Ucraniano: м'ясник
  • Vietnamita: người bán thịt
Inglês Britânico: butcher /ˈbʊtʃəz/ NOUN
shop A butcher or a butcher's is a shop where meat is sold.
  • Inglês Americano: butcher shop
  • Árabe: مَحَلّ الـجِزارَة
  • Português Brasileiro: açougue
  • Chinês: 肉店
  • Croata: mesnica
  • Tcheco: řeznictví
  • Dinamarquês: slagterforretning
  • Holandês: slagerij
  • Espanhol Europeu: carnicería
  • Finlandês: lihakauppa
  • Francês: boucherie
  • Alemão: Metzger
  • Grego: χασάπικο
  • Italiano: macelleria
  • Japonês: 肉屋
  • Coreano: 정육점
  • Norueguês: slakterbutikk
  • Polonês: rzeźnia
  • Português Europeu: talho
  • Romeno: măcelărie
  • Russo: мясной магазин
  • Espanhol: carnicería
  • Sueco: slakteriaffär
  • Tailandês: ร้านขายเนื้อ
  • Turco: kasap dükkanı
  • Ucraniano: м'ясний магазин
  • Vietnamita: cửa hàng thịt
Inglês Britânico: butcher VERB
To butcher an animal means to kill it and cut it up for meat.
The chickens were butchered.


Definição de butcher do Collins Dicionário Inglês
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