mincing machine


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Noun1.mincing machine - a kitchen utensil that cuts or chops food (especially meat) into small piecesmincing machine - a kitchen utensil that cuts or chops food (especially meat) into small pieces
kitchen utensil - a utensil used in preparing food
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mincing machine

n (esp Brit) → Fleischwolf m
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Instead, it looked more like a design for a new and terrible funfair ride in which tiny people would be chopped up in a giant mincing machine and their remains disgorged from a height onto a series of trampolines.
Sydney's The Daily Telegraph newspaper reported that the plotters planned to make a bomb from wood shavings and explosive material inside a piece of kitchen equipment such as a mincing machine.
THE claim that the body of an undercover North East soldier abducted in Northern Ireland was put through a mincing machine by his captors has been denied.
We've had Lord of the Mince; Natural Born Mincer; and Mincing Machine was my first tour in 1989.
He submitted he had used the mincing machine that morning to produce minced chicken, beef and pork for other customers and had not cleaned down the machine inbetween times, resulting in the contamination of the meat supplied.
One of the first calls, and the most serious incident, was at a butcher shop in Latsia in Nicosia where a young foreign worker had caught her hand in a mincing machine.
The sign on the top right corner read in Arabic: "ISIL collection office," while the mincing machine had a plate that read "ISIL.
Deon tries to get the mincing machine to master landscape painting.
USPRwire, Thu Mar 19 2015] In 2014, there was a clear shift in consumer interest towards food preparation appliances which allow for the performance of multiple tasks, especially within food processors, and thus help save money and space (eg, meat mincing machine, chopper etc.
A TRAINEE butcher who lost his right hand in a mincing machine has gone back to work at the same shop after being fitted with a hook.
A CUSTOMER lost all the ngers of one hand using a mincing machine at a Birmingham convenience store, a court heard.