baked beans

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baked beans

pl n
(Cookery) haricot beans, baked and tinned in tomato sauce

Bos′ton baked′ beans′


n.pl.
navy or pea beans baked slowly with salt pork, molasses, and seasonings.
[1850–55, Amer.]
Translations
hvide bønner i tomatsauce
hvite bønner i tomatsaus
kuhan fižol
vita bönor i tomatsås

baked beans

[ˈbeɪktˈbiːnz] nplfagioli mpl all'uccelletto
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