In April, the new democratically elected South Korean President, Lee Myung Bak lifted a ban on imported American beef.
This miniaturized gym routine enabled the scientists to grow usable quantities of bovine muscle—otherwise known as beef.
She would cook all these 1950s dishes like beef Wellington, scalloped potatoes.
c.1300, from Old French buef "ox; beef; ox hide" (11c., Modern French boeuf), from Latin bovem (nominative bos, genitive bovis) "ox, cow," from PIE root *gwou- "cow, ox, bull" (see cow (n.)). Original plural was beeves.
"to complain," slang, 1888, American English, from noun meaning "complaint" (1880s). The noun meaning "argument" is recorded from 1930s. The origin and signification are unclear; perhaps it traces to the common late 19c. complaint of U.S. soldiers about the quantity or quality of beef rations.