Associations to the word «Meat»
MEAT, noun. (now archaic) (dialectal) Food, for animals or humans, especially solid food. See also meat and drink. [from 8th c.]
MEAT, noun. (now rare) A type of food, a dish. [from 9th c.]
MEAT, noun. (now archaic) A meal. [from 9th c.]
MEAT, noun. (uncountable) The flesh of an animal used as food. [from 14th c.]
MEAT, noun. (uncountable) Any relatively thick, solid part of a fruit, nut etc. [from 15th c.]
MEAT, noun. (slang) A penis. [from 16th c.]
MEAT, noun. (countable) A type of meat, by anatomic position and provenance. [from 16th c.]
MEAT, noun. (colloquial) The best or most substantial part of something. [from 16th c.]
MEAT, noun. (sports) The sweet spot of a bat or club (in cricket, golf, baseball etc.). [from 20th c.]
MEAT, noun. A meathead.
MEAT, noun. (Australian Aboriginal) A totem, or (by metonymy) a clan or clansman which uses it.
MEAT AND POTATOES, adjective. Normal, average, typical, unexceptional, or nondescript in description
MEAT AND POTATOES, noun. Used other than as an idiom: see meat, and, potatoes.
MEAT AND POTATOES, noun. (US) (informal) The essential part or parts of something.
MEAT AND TWO VEG, noun. (British) (Ireland) (colloquial) A stereotypical standard dinner, with a meat and two kinds of vegetable.
MEAT AND TWO VEG, noun. (British) (slang) The male genitals.
MEAT CURTAINS, noun. (slang) the labia majora
MEAT DRAW, noun. (Canadian) (UK) A raffle of meat, common in pubs and bars.
MEAT DRAWS, noun. Plural of meat draw
MEAT FLAPS, noun. (slang) (vulgar) The labia majora.
MEAT FLOSS, noun. Rousong
MEAT GLUE, noun. Transglutaminase used to bond proteins together in commercial food processing
MEAT HOOK, noun. A two-sided hook normally used in butcheries to hang up meat or the carcasses of animals such as pigs.
MEAT HOOKS, noun. Plural of meat hook
MEAT HOUSE, noun. A place where meat is cured or stored
MEAT JELLY, noun. Aspic
MEAT MARKET, noun. A market where meat is sold.
MEAT MARKET, noun. (colloquial) (idiomatic) A place where one goes for a casual sexual encounter, such as a bar (establishment) or night club.
MEAT MARKET, noun. (colloquial) A place or situation abounding in men, especially beefcake.
MEAT MARKETS, noun. Plural of meat market
MEAT OFFERING, noun. (religion) (Christianity) An offering of food, especially of a cake made of flour with salt and oil.
MEAT OFFERINGS, noun. Plural of meat offering
MEAT PIE, noun. (non-idiomatic usage) (cooking) A pie containing meat.
MEAT PIE, noun. (Australia) (NZ) A hand-sized pot pie containing largely minced meat and gravy and typically consumed as a takeaway food snack.
MEAT PIES, noun. Plural of meat pie
MEAT PUPPET, noun. (slang) (US) prostitute
MEAT PUPPET, noun. (pejorative) (slang) a newsreader who is not a reporter
MEAT PUPPET, noun. (slang) (UK) penis
MEAT PUPPETS, noun. Plural of meat puppet
MEAT RACK, noun. A rack used for storing meat.
MEAT RACK, noun. (idiomatic) (slang) A place where people can meet looking for sexual partners.
MEAT RAFFLE, noun. A raffle of meat common in pubs and clubs in Britain and Australia.
MEAT SAFE, noun. A ventilated cupboard used to keep meat away from flies and similar pests.
MEAT SHIELD, noun. (video games) A so-called "tank" whose main purpose is to hold aggro from MOBs and absorb damage.
MEAT SHIELD, noun. (video games) A stunned or dead enemy character used as a shield against attacks.
MEAT SHIELDS, noun. Plural of meat shield
MEAT SPACE, noun. Alternative form of meatspace
MEAT STICK, noun. (slang) (idiomatic) a man's penis
MEAT STICKS, noun. Plural of meat stick
MEAT TICKET, noun. Meal ticket
MEAT TRAY, noun. (non-idiomatic usage) A tray used to hold meat.
MEAT TRAY, noun. (Australia) (New Zealand) A tray of meat given as a prize in a raffle.
MEAT TRAYS, noun. Plural of meat tray
MEAT WAGON, noun. (dated) A vehicle used for the transportation of meat, usually refrigerated and traditionally of a non-motorized type pulled by horses.
MEAT WAGON, noun. (slang) An ambulance.
MEAT WAGON, noun. (slang) A police van for transporting prisoners; a paddy wagon.
MEAT WAGON, noun. (slang) A vehicle for transporting dead bodies; a hearse.
MEAT WAGONS, noun. Plural of meat wagon
MEAT, noun. The flesh of animals (including fishes and birds and snails) used as food.
MEAT, noun. The inner and usually edible part of a seed or grain or nut or fruit stone; "black walnut kernels are difficult to get out of the shell".
MEAT, noun. The choicest or most essential or most vital part of some idea or experience; "the gist of the prosecutor's argument"; "the heart and soul of the Republican Party"; "the nub of the story".
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