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A smoked liver sausage.

[German, after Braunschweig.]
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(ˈbraʊnˌʃwaɪɡə; German ˈbraunˌʃvaɪɡə)
(Cookery) a smoked liver sausage, named after the city of Braunschweig
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(ˈbraʊnˌʃwaɪ gər, -ˌʃvaɪ-)

(often l.c.) a soft smoked liver sausage.
[1925–30; < German; see Braunschweig, -er1]
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