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pork belly

n.
A fatty cut of fresh pork from the underside of a pig.
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pork′ bel`ly


n.
a side of fresh pork.
[1945–50]
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Noun1.pork belly - side of fresh porkpork belly - side of fresh pork      
side of pork - dressed half of a hog carcass
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