English - Definiton of bacon Pronunciation
n. thin slices of pork meat; (Slang) money
n. bacon, thin slices of pork meat
n. bacon, thin slices of pork meat
English - Spanish - bacon Pronunciation
s. tocino, bacon, panceta, tocino entreverado
English - French - bacon Pronunciation
n. lard, bacon;porc salé et fumé; argent, fric, oseille, blé (Familier)
English - German - bacon Pronunciation
n. Schweinespeck
English - Italian - bacon Pronunciation
s. (Gastr) pancetta affumicata, bacon
English - Portuguese - bacon Pronunciation
s. toucinho
English - Russian - bacon Pronunciation
с. копченая свиная грудинка, бекон; чистая прибыль, чистый выигрыш
English - Turkish - bacon Pronunciation
i. bacon
i. beykın, tütsülenmiş domuz eti, domuz pastırması
French - English - bacon Pronunciation
(m) n. bacon, thin slices of pork meat
Italian - English - bacon Pronunciation
n. bacon, thin slices of pork meat
Turkish - English - bacon
[bacon] n. thin slices of pork meat; (Slang) money
n. bacon, thin slices of pork meat
n. bacon, thin slices of pork meat
English - Albanian - bacon Pronunciation
n. proshutë, pastërma derri
English - Dutch - bacon Pronunciation
zn. (gerookt) spek
English - Greek - bacon Pronunciation
ουσ. καπνιστό χοιρινό, μπέικο, μπέικον
French - Spanish - bacon Pronunciation
(culinaire) tocino (m); panceta (f)
French - German - bacon Pronunciation
n. lachsschinken
French - Italian - bacon Pronunciation
(culinaire) pancetta affumicata; bacon {invariable}
French - Portuguese - bacon Pronunciation
(culinaire) toucinho (m)
French - Russian - bacon Pronunciation
n. бекон (m)
Italian - French - bacon Pronunciation
(culinario) lard fumé; bacon (m)
French - Dutch - bacon Pronunciation
(culinaire) spek (n)
German - Dutch - bacon Pronunciation
ontbijtspek
English - Chinese - bacon Pronunciation
(名) 熏猪肉; 咸猪肉
English - Chinese - bacon Pronunciation
(名) 燻豬肉; 鹹豬肉; 培根
English - Japanese - bacon Pronunciation
(名) ベーコン
English - Korean - bacon Pronunciation
명. 베이컨, 돼지고기 소세지를 얇게 썬것
Expressions
noun: back and sides of a hog salted and dried or smoked; usually sliced thin and fried
noun: English statesman and philosopher; precursor of British empiricism; advocated inductive reasoning (1561-1626)
noun: English scientist and Franciscan monk who stressed the importance of experimentation; first showed that air is required for combustion and first used lenses to correct vision (1220-1292)
name: A surname (common: 1 in 8333 families; popularity rank in the U.S.: #1041)

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