Translation of mutton in Spanish:


carne de ovino, n.

Pronunciation /ˈmətn/ /ˈmʌt(ə)n/


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    (de más de un año) carne de ovino feminine
    añojo masculine Spain
    capón masculine River Plate
    • Beef, mutton, pork and venison were common meats, and communities close to the coast could expect to widen their diets with fish and shellfish.
    • The dinner would consist of roast beef, roast mutton, roast pork, and vegetables, plum puddings, Christmas cake, and tea, and would be served to about 1,200 poor people.
    • The document reveals that the bishop's menu would have included a range of meats, from mutton and beef to veal, geese, rabbit, duck and lamb.
    • Meat pies, joints of mutton, and other hearty foods are most likely to be served.
    • Mongolian food - mutton, sheep's intestines, fermented mare's milk - is not reckoned to be one of the world's great cuisines.
    • Couscous, a dish made with granulated seminola grains, is usually topped with mutton, veal, or beef and a variety of vegetables such as tomatoes, turnips, and pimentos.
    • The principal meats were pork, beef, mutton, and sometimes freshwater fish taken from the river.
    • Sausage, pork, beef, mutton, chicken, and dried or salted fish are widely available and relatively cheap.
    • He talks about Namibian meat, not only the superb game but also the beef, pork and mutton, which he considers superior to anything, brought in from across our borders.
    • I sat there sullenly staring at the roast mutton and potatoes.
    • Spirits were high and so were the plates, many piled with roast mutton, chops, potatoes and other delights to the palate.
    • In the eastern area, the food is heavier, with more of an accent on mutton and pork.
    • The best food to have is mutton, eaten by hand, or an entire goat.
    • It was made with beef, mutton, raisins, currants, prunes, wine and mixed spices.
    • We sat at opposite ends of the table and ate our meal of roast mutton, vegetables, and wine.
    • Colonial tastes survive in the form of sardines, corned beef and mutton, chocolate, and whiskey.
    • Most meat is mutton, although beef, chicken, turkey, and goat are also eaten.
    • The main traditional foods of the Mongols include beef, mutton, and milk products, supplemented by grain and vegetables.
    • He said he began thinking about how much he enjoyed mutton when he was growing up, and how a revival in the meat could boost the incomes of hill farmers.
    • Next came a course of chicken in rich sauces followed by another course of either beef, mutton or ham.