Definitions

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  • n. A Swiss smoked sausage made with pork or beef.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. An ancient wind instrument, resembling the bassoon in tone.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. See cervalat.

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Examples

  • In France, celery rémoulade is often served with cervelat, a fresh sausage that looks a little like a hot dog but tastes much better!

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  • Provides detailed technical information on small-scale technologies for the production of a variety of beef products, including beefburgers, chili con came, biltong, charqui, frankfurters, beef cervelat and so on.

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  • Provides detailed technical information on small-scale technologies for the production of a variety of beef products, including beefburgers, chill con carne, biltong, charqui, frankfurters, beef cervelat and so on.

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  • Provides detailed technical information on small-scale technologies for the production of a variety of beef products, including beefburgers, chili con carne, biltong, charqui, frankfurters, beef cervelat and so on.

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  • Provides detailed technical information on small-scale technologies for the production of a variety of beef products, including beefburgers, chili con carne, biltong, charqui, frankfurters, beef cervelat and soon.

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  • Provides detailed technical information on small-scale technologies for the production of a variety of beef products, including beefburgers, chill con came, biltong, charqui, frankfurters, beef cervelat and so on.

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  • The homemade charcuterie offers a sampling of the old-school artisan updates this kitchen is capable of, from the coarsely-ground cervelat salami with pistachios and garlic to the clove-scented pâté.

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  • The name cervelas — Switzerland’s jumble of languages yields other spellings, including cervelat, zervelat and servelat — is derived from cerebellum, Latin for brain, since the sausage originally consisted of pork and pigs’ brain.

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