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bratwurst

[ brat-wurst, -woorst, braht-; German braht-voorsht ]
/ ˈbræt wɜrst, -wʊərst, ˈbrɑt-; German ˈbrɑtˌvʊərʃt /
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noun
a sausage made of pork, spices, and herbs, sometimes without a casing, usually served sautéed or broiled.

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Origin of bratwurst

1910–15; <German, equivalent to brat(en) to roast, bake + Wurst sausage
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How to use bratwurst in a sentence

  • Beyond being helpful as a defense mechanism for mustard plants and delicious on our pretzels and bratwursts, AITC is also an incredibly effective antimicrobial agent.

  • This dish of a bratwurst cut into chunks, served with fries and smothered in a curry ketchup, has become an iconic late-night food of Berlin and is the noted favorite of former Chancellor Gerhard Schröder.

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British Dictionary definitions for bratwurst

bratwurst
/ (ˈbrɑːtˌwɜːst, German ˈbraːtvurst) /

noun
a type of small pork sausage

Word Origin for bratwurst

C20: German, from Old High German, from brāto meat + wurst sausage; related to Old Saxon brādo ham
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