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cold cut

noun
1.
Usually, cold cuts. slices of unheated salami, bologna, ham, liverwurst, turkey, or other meats and sometimes cheeses.
Origin of cold cut
1940-1945
An Americanism dating back to 1940-45
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  • From that time on cold cuts were served in the dining-room every evening.

    A Family of Noblemen Mikhal Saltykov
  • Hunter stopped at the snack bar and wolfed a plate of cold cuts, the first food he had eaten since morning.

    The Cartels Jungle Irving E. Cox, Jr.
British Dictionary definitions for cold cuts

cold cuts

plural noun
1.
cooked meats sliced and served cold
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