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top round

n.
A cut of meat, such as a steak or roast, taken from the inner section of a round of beef.
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top′ round′


n.
a cut of beef taken from the inner part of the round.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.top round - roast cut from the roundtop round - roast cut from the round; usually suitable for roasting
roast, joint - a piece of meat roasted or for roasting and of a size for slicing into more than one portion
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References in classic literature ?
I fetched the pruning-ladder; put it against the side of the porch; tied one end of my bit of rope to the top round of it; took the other end in my mouth, and prepared to climb to the balcony over the porch by the thick vine branches and the trellis-work.
You'll need to pull the mag from the pistol and the slide is trying to feed the top round from the mag so it won't drop free.
It's very strange because the top round in the slide appears to be slightly above the protrusion as I look at it.
Choice Beef Top Round London Broil with a Sell By date of 0418 and a case code of 69479 and a time stamp after 14:30.
He carded a 2-under-par 69 during second-round play, the top round at the event by a Rambler, before firing a final-round 1-over 72 to take capture individual medalist honors with a 1-over total.
If you've ever tried to manually unload a fully loaded magazine of semi-rimmed .38 Supers, you know how much force it takes to strip that top round. The semi-rim rests in the extractor groove of the underlying round, and in order to move the top round forward, it has to push all the underlying rounds deeper into the magazine under all that magazine spring pressure.
In this survey, consumers in San Francisco, Houston, Chicago, and Philadelphia evaluated top loin, top sirloin, and top round steaks from five different quality grades during in-home consumption.
Others have found that including one to five ounces a day of lean red meat (mostly select grade top round, chuck shoulder pot roast, and 95% lean ground beef) in the diet is actually linked with a decrease in cardiovascular disease risk factors--LDL cholesterol and total cholesterol.
This part hooks onto the top round of the cartridge in the magazine when you close the slide, or when you insert a magazine with the slide forward.
In the interior of the leg you'll find top round, bottom round, and eye of round.
The gun repeatedly failed to feed, and the top round stove-piped.