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red meat

n.
1. Meat, such as beef or lamb, that is dark red before being cooked.
2. Language or discourse intended to stir the emotions of a given group, especially by appealing to or reinforcing partisan sentiments.

red meat

n
(Cookery) any meat that is dark in colour, esp beef and lamb. Compare white meat

red′ meat′


n.
any meat, as beef or lamb, that is red before cooking.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.red meat - meat that is dark in color before cooking (as beef, venison, lamb, mutton)red meat - meat that is dark in color before cooking (as beef, venison, lamb, mutton)
meat - the flesh of animals (including fishes and birds and snails) used as food
Translations
červené maso
rødt kød
punainen liha
crveno meso
赤身肉
붉은 고기
rött kött
เนื้อสีแดง
thịt đỏ

red meat

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red meat

لـَحْمٌ أَحْمَر červené maso rødt kød rotes Fleisch κόκκινο κρέας carne roja punainen liha viande rouge crveno meso carne rossa 赤身肉 붉은 고기 rood vlees rødt kjøtt czerwone mięso carne vermelha красное мясо rött kött เนื้อสีแดง kırmızı et thịt đỏ 红色的肉类
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