Definition of 'steak'
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The underlying philosophy is that you can recover the original steak from the hamburger. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Other options could include sirloin steak or salmon steak. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Trim the steak and slice thinly across the width. Times, Sunday Times (2011)There is something wonderfully informal about cooking your own steak in a pub. Times, Sunday Times (2008)You need to get the best and freshest rump steak possible. Times, Sunday Times (2014)She used to keep the corner piece of steak pie aside just for me. The Sun (2012)At lunchtime he eats a small steak pie and mash. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Perfect with game pie or steak and kidney pud. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Transfer the steaks to the cutting board and turn them in the dressing to coat. Times, Sunday Times (2013)It is tricky to give exact timings for cooking steak. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Steak and kidney pie or sushi? Times, Sunday Times (2013)She chooses chicken over beef, fish over steak. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Once you have a feel for doing salmon steaks this way, try a whole grilled fish. The Sun (2014)The most popular pub food was steak and ale pie, closely followed by fish and chips. The Sun (2011)A good steak was the beef of champions. Times, Sunday Times (2008)No more hamburgers or steak. Christianity Today (2000)Season the cod steaks all over with salt and pepper, then place on top of the vegetables and pour over the wine. Times, Sunday Times (2012)My mum made a cod steak and I remembered being cautious about eating it. The Sun (2015)
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Translations for 'steak'
British English: steak /steɪk/ NOUN
Steak is beef without much fat on it.
...a steak cooking on the grill.
- American English: steak
- Arabic: شَرِيحَةُ لَـحْم
- Brazilian Portuguese: bife
- Chinese: 牛排
- Croatian: odrezak
- Czech: biftek
- Danish: bøf
- Dutch: biefstuk
- European Spanish: bistec
- Finnish: pihvi
- French: steak
- German: Steak
- Greek: μπριζόλα
- Italian: bistecca
- Japanese: ステーキ
- Korean: 스테이크
- Norwegian: biff
- Polish: befsztyk
- European Portuguese: bife
- Romanian: friptură
- Russian: бифштекс
- Spanish: bistec
- Swedish: biff
- Thai: เนื้อสเต็ก
- Turkish: biftek
- Ukrainian: стейк
- Vietnamese: miếng thịt bò nạc
Definition of steak from the Collins English Dictionary
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