Definitions

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun meat from an adult domestic bovine.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun meat from an adult domestic bovine

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Terre-aux-boeuf translates to land of oxen or something like that.

    Alive In Truth

  • CLOS DU TUE-BOEUF: The name tue boeuf means kill cow in English might sound more Native American than French, but such is the name of this vineyard estate belonging to the Puzelat brothers.

    A Year of Wine

  • CLOS DU TUE-BOEUF: The name tue boeuf means kill cow in English might sound more Native American than French, but such is the name of this vineyard estate belonging to the Puzelat brothers.

    A Year of Wine

  • Robert Luthringhausen, whose father is French, provides a Mediterranean menu but includes classic French dishes such as boeuf bourguignon and pot au feu, which reflect his enduring affection for French comfort cuisine.

    Stars and Stripes

  • Robert Luthringhausen, whose father is French, provides a Mediterranean menu but includes classic French dishes such as boeuf bourguignon and pot au feu, which reflect his enduring affection for French comfort cuisine.

    Stars and Stripes

  • Robert Luthringhausen, whose father is French, provides a Mediterranean menu but includes classic French dishes such as boeuf bourguignon and pot au feu, which reflect his enduring affection for French comfort cuisine.

    Stars and Stripes

  • French restaurants within the city limits can prop umbrellas over their tables, uncork a few bottles of wine, chalk the word "boeuf" under their list of specials and pretend, once again, to share the atmosphere of a Parisian cafe.

    Dallas Observer | Complete Issue

  • The soup du jour, the boeuf à la mode, and fruits de saison were all made from black market Army rations the cooks had doctored.

    Wild Bill Donovan

  • The soup du jour, the boeuf à la mode, and fruits de saison were all made from black market Army rations the cooks had doctored.

    Wild Bill Donovan

  • He sells his iconic cut, the côte de boeuf, for €75 a kilo.

    In Paris, One Butcher Is a Cut Above the Rest

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