Definition of 'vegan'
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There was little escape from vegan food. Times, Sunday Times (2016)What are your top tips for people looking to turn vegan? The Sun (2017) Go vegan for two days and eat dairy products and white meat the rest of the week. Times, Sunday Times (2016)This is so tasty, it convinces me to become a vegan. Times, Sunday Times (2017)The food is mainly vegan, with no additives or chemicals. Smithsonian Mag (2017)For five more picks of vegetarian and vegan restaurants, go to thesundaytimes. Times, Sunday Times (2016)I begin to see why going vegan might seem sane. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Three years ago, I went from vegetarian to a vegan. The Sun (2016)I've also changed my lifestyle - studies have found a vegan diet can help arthritis sufferers. The Sun (2016)He attributes his tremendous verve to the combination of a vegan diet -'do you know how many animals one person eats in a lifetime? Times, Sunday Times (2016)The menu changes weekly and usually includes a vegan option. Sarah Brown's Vegetarian London (1988)The restaurants all focus on sustainability and vegan food. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Is your manager or her husband vegetarian or vegan? Times, Sunday Times (2006)Those on the half vegan diet appeared to slow the growth of their cancer. Times, Sunday Times (2016)What are the pros and cons of turning vegan? The Sun (2011)What was it that made you decide to go vegan? The Sun (2016)One of them has become a vegan. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The range of vegan food is good. Sarah Brown's Vegetarian London (1988)The actress has ditched her vegan diet because she lost her curves. The Sun (2011)She also hardly considers the damaging impact of vegan junk foods such as sugary sweets and chips. The Times Literary Supplement (2012) Going vegan is the only way to stop that. The Sun (2015)That or we all turn vegan. Times, Sunday Times (2015)For a vegan option, replace the yoghurt with a soy alternative. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Up to 3 per cent are vegetarian or vegan. Times, Sunday Times (2016)She also changed her diet to become a strict vegan, cutting down on fat and sugar. The Sun (2010)The prison kitchen also provides a vegan option for those who wish to avoid meat, eggs and dairy. The Sun (2015)I'm not vegan or vegetarian. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Perhaps a change of diet has affected him: he turned vegan last year and looks a different shape than he did the last time he toured. Times, Sunday Times (2013)
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Translations for 'vegan'
British English: vegan /ˈviːɡən/ NOUN
A vegan is someone who never eats meat or any animal products such as milk, butter, or cheese.
...vegetarians and vegans.
- American English: vegan
- Arabic: نَبَاتِيّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: vegan vegetariano
- Chinese: 绝对素食主义者
- Croatian: vegan
- Czech: vegan
- Danish: veganer
- Dutch: veganist
- European Spanish: vegano
- Finnish: vegaani
- French: végétalien
- German: Veganer
- Greek: αυστηρά χορτοφάγος
- Italian: vegano
- Japanese: ビーガン
- Korean: 절대 채식주의자
- Norwegian: veganer
- Polish: weganin
- European Portuguese: vegan vegetariano
- Romanian: vegetarian
- Russian: строгий вегетарианец
- Spanish: vegetariano estricto
- Swedish: vegan
- Thai: ผู้นับถือลัทธิมังสวิรัติ
- Turkish: vegan
- Ukrainian: вегетаріанець
- Vietnamese: người ăn chay
British English: vegan ADJECTIVE
Someone who is vegan never eats meat or any animal products such as milk, butter, or cheese.
The menu changes weekly and usually includes a vegan option.
Definition of vegan from the Collins English Dictionary
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