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Sand·wich

 (sănd′wĭch′, săn′-)
A town of southeast England north of Dover. One of the original Cinque Ports, it is now a resort and market center.

sand·wich

 (sănd′wĭch, săn′-)
n.
1.
a. Two or more slices of bread with a filling such as meat or cheese placed between them.
b. A partly split long or round roll containing a filling.
c. One slice of bread covered with a filling.
2. Something resembling a sandwich: She layered a scoop of vanilla ice cream between two cookies to create a sandwich.
tr.v. sand·wiched, sand·wich·ing, sand·wich·es
1. To insert (one thing) tightly between two other things often of differing character or quality. "She showed me her wedding band, which was sandwiched on the same finger between two prettier, fancier rings" (Dan Leone).
2. To collide with or crash into (a person, for example) with impacts on opposing sides: The quarterback passed the football just before he was sandwiched by two linebackers.
3. To make room or time for: sandwiched a vacation between business trips.

[After John Montagu, Fourth Earl of Sandwich (1718-1792), British politician.]

sandwich

(ˈsænwɪdʒ; -wɪtʃ)
n
1. (Cookery) two or more slices of bread, usually buttered, with a filling of meat, cheese, etc
2. anything that resembles a sandwich in arrangement
vb (tr)
3. to insert tightly between two other things
4. to put into a sandwich
5. to place between two dissimilar things
[C18: named after John Montagu, 4th Earl of Sandwich (1718–92), who ate sandwiches rather than leave the gambling table for meals]

sand•wich

(ˈsænd wɪtʃ, ˈsæn-)

n.
1. two or more slices of bread or the like with a layer of meat, fish, cheese, etc., between them.
2. something that resembles or suggests a sandwich: a plywood sandwich.
v.t.
3. to put into a sandwich.
4. to insert between two other things.
[1755–65; allegedly after John Montagu, fourth Earl of Sandwich (1718–92)]

Sand•wich

(ˈsænd wɪtʃ, ˈsæn-)

n.
a town in E Kent, in SE England: one of the Cinque Ports. 4467.

sandwich


Past participle: sandwiched
Gerund: sandwiching

Imperative
sandwich
sandwich
Present
I sandwich
you sandwich
he/she/it sandwiches
we sandwich
you sandwich
they sandwich
Preterite
I sandwiched
you sandwiched
he/she/it sandwiched
we sandwiched
you sandwiched
they sandwiched
Present Continuous
I am sandwiching
you are sandwiching
he/she/it is sandwiching
we are sandwiching
you are sandwiching
they are sandwiching
Present Perfect
I have sandwiched
you have sandwiched
he/she/it has sandwiched
we have sandwiched
you have sandwiched
they have sandwiched
Past Continuous
I was sandwiching
you were sandwiching
he/she/it was sandwiching
we were sandwiching
you were sandwiching
they were sandwiching
Past Perfect
I had sandwiched
you had sandwiched
he/she/it had sandwiched
we had sandwiched
you had sandwiched
they had sandwiched
Future
I will sandwich
you will sandwich
he/she/it will sandwich
we will sandwich
you will sandwich
they will sandwich
Future Perfect
I will have sandwiched
you will have sandwiched
he/she/it will have sandwiched
we will have sandwiched
you will have sandwiched
they will have sandwiched
Future Continuous
I will be sandwiching
you will be sandwiching
he/she/it will be sandwiching
we will be sandwiching
you will be sandwiching
they will be sandwiching
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been sandwiching
you have been sandwiching
he/she/it has been sandwiching
we have been sandwiching
you have been sandwiching
they have been sandwiching
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been sandwiching
you will have been sandwiching
he/she/it will have been sandwiching
we will have been sandwiching
you will have been sandwiching
they will have been sandwiching
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been sandwiching
you had been sandwiching
he/she/it had been sandwiching
we had been sandwiching
you had been sandwiching
they had been sandwiching
Conditional
I would sandwich
you would sandwich
he/she/it would sandwich
we would sandwich
you would sandwich
they would sandwich
Past Conditional
I would have sandwiched
you would have sandwiched
he/she/it would have sandwiched
we would have sandwiched
you would have sandwiched
they would have sandwiched
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.sandwich - two (or more) slices of bread with a filling between themsandwich - two (or more) slices of bread with a filling between them
meal, repast - the food served and eaten at one time
bread, breadstuff, staff of life - food made from dough of flour or meal and usually raised with yeast or baking powder and then baked
butty - a sandwich; "a bacon butty"
ham sandwich - a sandwich made with a filling of sliced ham
chicken sandwich - a sandwich made with a filling of sliced chicken
club sandwich, three-decker, triple-decker - made with three slices of usually toasted bread
open sandwich, open-face sandwich - sandwich without a covering slice of bread
beefburger, hamburger, burger - a sandwich consisting of a fried cake of minced beef served on a bun, often with other ingredients
tunaburger - a sandwich that resembles a hamburger but made with tuna instead of beef
red hot, hot dog, hotdog - a frankfurter served hot on a bun
Sloppy Joe - ground beef (not a patty) cooked in a spicy sauce and served on a bun
hero sandwich, hoagie, hoagy, Italian sandwich, poor boy, sub, Cuban sandwich, grinder, submarine sandwich, zep, torpedo, wedge, submarine, bomber, hero - a large sandwich made of a long crusty roll split lengthwise and filled with meats and cheese (and tomato and onion and lettuce and condiments); different names are used in different sections of the United States
gyro - a Greek sandwich: sliced roast lamb with onion and tomato stuffed into pita bread
bacon-lettuce-tomato sandwich, BLT - sandwich filled with slices of bacon and tomato with lettuce
Reuben - a hot sandwich with corned beef and Swiss cheese and sauerkraut on rye bread
western sandwich, western - a sandwich made from a western omelet
wrap - a sandwich in which the filling is rolled up in a soft tortilla
snack food - food for light meals or for eating between meals
Verb1.sandwich - make into a sandwich
machinate, devise, prepare, organise, organize, get up - arrange by systematic planning and united effort; "machinate a plot"; "organize a strike"; "devise a plan to take over the director's office"
2.sandwich - insert or squeeze tightly between two people or objects; "She was sandwiched in her airplane seat between two fat men"
infix, insert, introduce, enter - put or introduce into something; "insert a picture into the text"
Translations
سانْدويتْش، شَطيرَهسَنْدوِيتش
sendvičsevřít
sandwichklemme ind
sandviĉo
võileib
kerrosvoileipävoileipä
sendvič
szendvicsközbeékelõdik
roti lapis
samlokaklemma
サンドイッチ
샌드위치
Sumuštinissuploti
iespiestsaplacinātsendvičssviestmaize
sandviş
sendvič
sendvič
sendvičсендвич
dubbelmackasandwichsmörgås
ขนมปังแซนด์วิช
sandviçsıkıştırmakarasına koymak
bánh mìbánh sandwichkẹpkhoác

sandwich

[ˈsænwɪdʒ]
A. N (with French bread) → bocadillo m (Sp), sandwich m (esp LAm), emparedado m (esp LAm); (with sliced bread) → sandwich m
B. VT (also sandwich in) [+ person, appointment etc] → intercalar
to sandwich sth between two thingshacer un hueco para algo entre dos cosas
C. CPD sandwich bar Nbar m de bocadillos, bocadillería f
sandwich board Ncartelón m (que lleva el hombre-anuncio)
sandwich course N (Univ etc) programa que intercala períodos de estudio con prácticas profesionales
sandwich man N (sandwich men (pl)) → hombre-anuncio m

sandwich

[ˈsænwɪdʒ ˈsænwɪtʃ]
nsandwich m
a cheese sandwich → un sandwich au fromage
a ham sandwich → un sandwich au jambon
vt (also sandwich in) → intercaler
sandwiched between → pris(e) en sandwich entresandwich bar nsandwicherie fsandwich board npanneau m publicitaire (porté par un homme-sandwich)sandwich cake n (British)gâteau m fourrésandwich course nstage m de formation en alternancesandwich loaf npain m de miesandwich man [sandwich men] (pl) nhomme-sandwich m

sandwich

nSandwich nt, → Doppelschnitte for -stulle f (N Ger); open sandwichbelegtes Brot; he has sandwiches for luncher isst Butterbrote or Sandwiches or Stullen (N Ger) → zum Mittagessen; he’s the meat or filling in the sandwich (Brit inf) → er ist das arme Opfer in der Mitte
vt (also sandwich in)hineinzwängen; careinkeilen; to be sandwiched between two things/people (car, house) → zwischen zwei Dingen/Menschen eingekeilt sein; (person also, small object) → zwischen zwei Dingen/Menschen eingezwängt sein; sandwiched between two slices of breadzwischen zwei Brotscheiben; three pieces of wood, sandwiched togetherdrei Stück Holz, die nebeneinandergequetscht sind

sandwich

:
sandwich bar
nSnackbar f
sandwich board
nReklametafel f, → Sandwich nt (hum)
sandwich cake
nSchichttorte f
sandwich course
n Ausbildungsgang, bei dem sich Theorie und Praxis abwechseln
sandwich man
nPlakatträger m, → Sandwichmann m

sandwich

[ˈsænwɪdʒ]
1. ntramezzino, sandwich m inv
cheese/ham sandwich → panino al formaggio/prosciutto
2. vt (also sandwich in) (person, appointment) → infilare
to be sandwiched between → essere incastrato/a fra

sandwich

(ˈsӕnwidʒ) , ((American) -witʃ) noun
slices of bread etc with food between. cheese sandwiches.
verb
to place or press between two objects etc. His car was sandwiched between two lorries.

sandwich

سَنْدوِيتش sendvič sandwich Sandwich σάντουιτς emparedado kerrosvoileipä sandwich sendvič tramezzino サンドイッチ 샌드위치 sandwich sandwich kanapka sanduíche бутерброд smörgås ขนมปังแซนด์วิช sandviç bánh sandwich 三明治
References in classic literature ?
Haughty English, lively French, sober Germans, handsome Spaniards, ugly Russians, meek Jews, free-and-easy Americans, all drive, sit, or saunter here, chatting over the news, and criticzing the latest celebrity who has arrived--Ristori or Dickens, Victor Emmanuel or the Queen of the Sandwich Islands.
Bless my ham sandwich, but they'll need plenty of some sort of refreshment," said Mr.
Thirdly: Some eighteen or twenty years ago Commodore J then commanding an American sloop-of-war of the first class, happened to be dining with a party of whaling captains, on board a Nantucket ship in the harbor of Oahu, Sandwich Islands.
It seems that some honest mariners of Dover, or Sandwich, or some one of the Cinque Ports, had after a hard chase succeeded in killing and beaching a fine whale which they had originally descried afar off from the shore.
Jurgis had made a good many acquaintances in his long services at the yards--there were saloonkeepers who would trust him for a drink and a sandwich, and members of his old union who would lend him a dime at a pinch.
The good mother inquired, anxiously, "if Orleans wasn't an awful wicked place," saying, "that it seemed to her most equal to going to the Sandwich Islands, or anywhere among the heathen.
How different is this marvel observed from a raft, from what it is when one observes it through the dingy windows of a railway-station in some wretched village while he munches a petrified sandwich and waits for the train.
Leah, make a little hot negus and cut a sandwich or two: here are the keys of the storeroom.
My guardian then took me into his own room, and while he lunched, standing, from a sandwich-box and a pocket flask of sherry (he seemed to bully his very sandwich as he ate it), informed me what arrangements he had made for me.
We shall have news presently," and took another sandwich.
I will eat a butterfly sandwich, and wait till the shower is over," said Mr.
The frigate passed at some distance from the Marquesas and the Sandwich Islands, crossed the tropic of Cancer, and made for the China Seas.