Definition of 'venison'
Example sentences containing 'venison'
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A growing taste for game means venison is being consumed faster than Britain can produce it. Times, Sunday Times (2016)This is particularly good served with beef or venison. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The tender lean meat tastes like a mix of beef and venison. The Sun (2014)None of the contestants tonight can tell the difference between venison and beef. Times, Sunday Times (2010)He added that they had little fat and their meat resembled venison. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Dishes tonight involve a loin of venison and a quail. The Sun (2011)Mains include a choice of sea bass, venison and pheasant. Times, Sunday Times (2015)When nearly smoking, add the venison loin and sear on all sides until golden. The Sun (2014)There's things from burgers and fish and chips to scallops and loin of venison. The Sun (2015)The menu included loin of Balmoral venison. The Sun (2015)Slice the venison loins, spoon over some of the sauce and serve with the beetroot mash on the side. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The meat is dark like beef or venison with texture more akin to lamb, the flavour sweet and mildly gamey. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Pair the two with the sumptuous, lean red meat of venison and you have an intriguing combination to wow dinner party guests. Times, Sunday Times (2008)GAME - venison and rabbit are lean and nutritious. The Sun (2011)
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Translations for 'venison'
British English: venison /ˈvɛnɪzn; -sn/ NOUN
Venison is the meat of a deer.
- American English: venison
- Arabic: لـَحْمُ الغَزَال
- Brazilian Portuguese: carne de cervo
- Chinese: 鹿肉
- Croatian: meso divljači
- Czech: zvěřina
- Danish: dyrekød
- Dutch: hertenvlees
- European Spanish: venado
- Finnish: hirvenliha
- French: venaison
- German: Rehfleisch
- Greek: κρέας ελαφιού
- Italian: carne di cervo
- Japanese: 鹿肉
- Korean: 사슴 고기
- Norwegian: vilt
- Polish: sarnina
- European Portuguese: carne de veado
- Romanian: carne de vânat
- Russian: оленина
- Spanish: venado
- Swedish: rådjurskött
- Thai: เนื้อกวาง
- Turkish: geyik eti
- Ukrainian: оленина
- Vietnamese: thịt hươu
Definition of venison from the Collins English Dictionary
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