T-bone

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T-bone

(tē′bōn′)
n.
1. A thick porterhouse steak taken from the small end of the loin and containing a T-shaped bone. Also called T-bone steak.
2. A cut of meat, especially pork, taken from the corresponding part of another mammal.
Translations

T-bone

[ˈtiː>bəʊn] T-bone steak Nchuleta f en forma de T
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