quarter-pounder

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quarter-pounder

n
(Cookery) a hamburger that weighs four ounces before it is cooked
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More than 40,000 punnets of strawberries, 7,900 tubs of double cream, 5,800 beef quarter-pounders and 9,200 pepperoni pizzas were processed by a Midlands supermarket to get people through the bank holiday weekend.
Hard-to-swallow guidance tells us we can help save the world by swapping our quarter-pounders for quarter-ouncers.
Other changes in McDonald's restaurants include mobile phone ordering, curbside service and fresh-beef quarter-pounders that are cooked to order.
Greene had to quit the quarter-pounders when the promising 400m hurdler started to take the quarter-of-a-mile event seriously three years ago.
In Wavertree, we had a grocers store selling loose tea packed into brown quarter-pounders (before McDonald's was even a twinkle).
The total loss would be equivalent to 288.4m bags of sugar, 1,922.6m Mars bars, 1,153.6m McDonald's quarter-pounders, 329.6m loaves of bread and 288.4m packs of sausages.
It included a patty weighing 139kg (306lb) - the equivalent of 1224 quarter-pounders - nestled on a 48kg bun and dressed with lettuce, cheese, tomatoes, onions, pickles and barbecue sauce.
Two Floridians are suing for [euro]4.35million because they claim they are being forced to pay for cheese they have had removed from their quarter-pounders.
Saint: Tuna, quarter-pounders, Sainsbury's, 179 calories per 100g.
Two Floridians are suing for PS3.8million because they claim they are being forced to pay for cheese they have had removed from their quarter-pounders.