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veal

 (vēl)
n.
1. The meat of a calf.
2. also veal·er (vē′lər) A calf raised to be slaughtered for food.

[Middle English veel, from Old French, from Latin vitellus, diminutive of vitulus, calf; see wet- in Indo-European roots.]
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veal

(viːl)
n
1. (Cookery) the flesh of the calf used as food
2. (Animals) Also called: veal calf a calf, esp one bred for eating
[C14: from Old French veel, from Latin vitellus a little calf, from vitulus calf]
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veal

(vil)

n.
1. the flesh of a calf as used for food.
2. Also, veal′er. a calf raised for its meat.
[1350–1400; Middle English ve(e)l < Anglo-French vel (Old French veel, veal) < Latin vitellus, diminutive of vitulus calf]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.veal - meat from a calfveal - meat from a calf      
calf - young of domestic cattle
meat - the flesh of animals (including fishes and birds and snails) used as food
cut of veal - cut of meat from a calf
calves' feet - feet of calves used as food; usually jellied
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Translations
لـَحْمُ العَجْللَحْم العِجِل
telecí
kalvekød
vasikanlihavasikka
teletina
borjúhús
kálfakjöt
子牛の肉
송아지 고기
veršiena
teļa gaļa
teľacina
teletina
kalvköttkalv
เนื้อลูกวัว
thịt bê

veal

[viːl] Nternera f
Collins Spanish Dictionary - Complete and Unabridged 8th Edition 2005 © William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd. 1971, 1988 © HarperCollins Publishers 1992, 1993, 1996, 1997, 2000, 2003, 2005

veal

[ˈviːl]
nveau m
modif [chops, steak, escalope] → de veauveal crate n box pour l'élevage des veaux de batterie
Collins English/French Electronic Resource. © HarperCollins Publishers 2005

veal

nKalbfleisch nt; veal cutletKalbsschnitzel nt
Collins German Dictionary – Complete and Unabridged 7th Edition 2005. © William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd. 1980 © HarperCollins Publishers 1991, 1997, 1999, 2004, 2005, 2007

veal

[viːl] n(carne f di) vitello
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995

veal

(viːl) noun
the flesh of a calf, used as food. We had veal for dinner.
Kernerman English Multilingual Dictionary © 2006-2013 K Dictionaries Ltd.

veal

لـَحْمُ العَجْل telecí kalvekød Kalbfleisch μοσχαρίσιο κρέας ternera vasikanliha veau teletina carne di vitello 子牛の肉 송아지 고기 kalfsvlees kalvekjøtt cielęcina vitela телятина kalvkött เนื้อลูกวัว dana eti thịt bê 小牛肉
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Twenty-eight loans in the value of LE 152 million will be allocated to projects of animal and dairy production, and veal calves breeding, while two loans summing up to LE 24 million will be dedicated to poultry projects.
This news follows the company's donation of $250,000 to The Fairness Project and $660,000 total to New Approach and the Marijuana Policy Project last month, as well as $100,000 to the Yes on 3 campaign in Massachusetts to end the cruel confinement of veal calves, egg-laying hens and pigs in that state.
One activist represented an organization dedicated to banning the raising and marketing of veal calves in California.
We can do that because we control all phases of production and supply--from the finest quality feed, humane farming of premium veal calves and customized cuts and packaging.
She covers broiler chickens, poultry packing stations, battery birds, veal calves, other intensive units, the basis of quality quantity versus quality, and cruelty and legislation.
Readers also learn that the litter from chicken houses is fed to cattle and that most veal calves come from dairy factory farms.
Request of offers to supply 50 heads of veal calves of 200 to 300 Kg average weight.
In several European countries, increased risks of carriage have been reported in persons in contact with pigs and veal calves, including farmers, veterinarians, and slaughterhouse workers (13,14).
VILLAGERS endured years of noise and terrible smell when planners allowed hundreds of veal calves and other cattle to be reared in the middle of their community.
As awareness of the treatment of veal calves has spread among the American public, per capita veal consumption has dropped over 90% from a peak of 3.5 pounds in 1975 to 0.3 pounds in 2008, according to U.S.