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Bulldust vs. Beefsteak

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Bulldustnoun

(Australia) Fine red dust, found in desert regions of Australia.

Beefsteaknoun

(A) steak cut from beef cattle.

Bulldustnoun

Nonsense; blatantly false statements.

Beefsteaknoun

(countable) beefsteak plant}}, also known as perilla and shiso (Perilla frutescens var. crispa).

Bulldust

Bulldust or bull dust is a fine, soft and powdery red aeolian dust that is common across Australia, especially in the Outback and desert. Bulldust is a type of fugitive dust that when disturbed can have dangerous effects.

Beefsteaknoun

(uncountable) The herb prepared from the leaves of the beefsteak plant.

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Beefsteaknoun

(countable) beefsteak tomato

Beefsteaknoun

(countable) beefsteak mushroom

Beefsteaknoun

: A celebratory dinner, commonly held in New York between about 1870 and 1940 involving the consumption of enormous quantities of broiled steak and beer.

Beefsteaknoun

A steak of beef; a slice of beef broiled or suitable for broiling.

Beefsteaknoun

a slice of beef usually cooked by broiling

Beefsteaknoun

a thick slice of lean beef, typically from the rump and eaten grilled or fried

‘beefsteaks so large that one slice makes a sandwich’; ‘high-quality beefsteak’;

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Beefsteak

A beefsteak, often called just steak, is a flat cut of beef with parallel faces, usually cut perpendicular to the muscle fibers. In common restaurant service a single serving has a raw mass ranging from 120 to 600 grams (4 to 21 oz).

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