cheesesteak

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cheese·steak

 (chēz′stāk′)
n.
A sandwich consisting of a long roll filled with thinly sliced grilled beef, cheese, and often grilled onions.
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cheesesteak

(ˈtʃiːzˌsteɪk)
n
a sandwich filled with grilled beef and cheese
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In the short clip, two men are seen confronting a third man outside Jim's Steaks, a local restaurant, in South Street, Philadelphia.
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