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beefsteak

[beef-steyk] /ˈbifˌsteɪk/
noun
1.
a cut of beef for broiling, pan-frying, etc.
Origin
1705-1715
1705-15; beef + steak
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  • The waiter places a perfectly grilled, prime-grade beefsteak before you and then reveals that it came from a cloned steer.
  • Bolted a fried beefsteak for the physical need of my stomach.
  • They include velvety crepes stuffed with fresh lobster, and meltingly tender beefsteak in green-pepper sauce.
  • The common name of this mushroom, the beefsteak morel, gives the wrong impression that it is edible.
  • However, considerable research indicates consumers are willing to pay more for tender relative to tough beefsteak.
  • High beta-carotene cherry and beefsteak type tomatoes will also be released as specialty tomatoes for the fresh market.
  • Consumer acceptability of beefsteak tenderness in the home and restaurant.
British Dictionary definitions for beefsteak

beefsteak

/ˈbiːfˌsteɪk/
noun
1.
a piece of beef that can be grilled, fried, etc, cut from any lean part of the animal
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Word Origin and History for beefsteak
n.

also beef-steak, 1711, from beef (n.) + steak.

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