a large seasoned sausage made of finely ground meat, usually beef and pork, that has been cooked and smoked.
- Also called bologna sausage.
- bologna , baloney
Other definitions for Bologna (2 of 2)
Gio·van·ni da [jee-uh-vah-nee duh; Italian jaw-vahn-nee dah], /ˌdʒi əˈvɑ ni də; Italian dʒɔˈvɑn ni dɑ/, Jean de Boulogne; Giambologna, c1525–1608, Italian sculptor, born in France.
a city in N Italy.
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How to use bologna in a sentence
Born in bologna, Italy, he ran away from home at age 14 and hitchhiked across Europe.Physicist and Author Carlo Rovelli Would Like to Explain the Universe to You | Jeffrey Kluger | April 28, 2022 | Time
They bought a small house and “ate a lot of bologna” so they could afford to pay extra toward the principal each month.A record number of Americans are quitting their jobs. Here’s how they make money after they quit. | Karla Miller | October 14, 2021 | Washington Post
Bates calls the jail to bring bologna sandwiches, which is all they have.
The smell of burning bologna in the microwave brought me back.
I ain’t got no business eating a bologna sandwich, but here we are.A new guide leads travelers through U.S. civil rights history | Kate Silver | March 19, 2021 | Washington Post
When Bernaroli officially changed her name and gender when she renewed her identity card, the bologna court annulled the marriage.Italian Transgender Ruling Gives Green Light to Civil Unions | Barbie Latza Nadeau | June 16, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
The city and its environs are where lasagna, tortellini, and Bolognese sauce—not to mention bologna—originated.
Leaving bologna would set Hakimi on a collision course with the War on Terror.
Her body will be repatriated to bologna and buried in the family tomb this week.
Not because I need to feed him, keep him in milk, yogurt, additive-free turkey bologna.Daddy, How Come You’re Always Broke? Benjamin Anastas’s ‘Too Good to Be True’ | Benjamin Anastas | October 15, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
During the early months of 1797 he commanded a column at bologna, and was present at the capitulation of Mantua.Napoleon's Marshals | R. P. Dunn-Pattison
He returned to bologna in 1221 and was given the post of legal physician to the city.Old-Time Makers of Medicine | James J. Walsh
He told me, that I should find a note from him left at bologna.My Recollections of Lord Byron | Teresa Guiccioli
Other like works of hers exist in the Palazzo Grassi, in bologna.A History of Art for Beginners and Students | Clara Erskine Clement
The University of bologna arose at the close of the twelfth century.Colleges in America | John Marshall Barker
British Dictionary definitions for Bologna (1 of 2)
a city in N Italy, at the foot of the Apennines: became a free city in the Middle Ages; university (1088). Pop: 371 217 (2001): Ancient name: Bononia (bəˈnəʊnɪə)
British Dictionary definitions for Bologna (2 of 2)
Giovanni da Bologna See Giambologna
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