[ sand-wich, san- ]
/ ˈsænd wɪtʃ, ˈsæn- /


two or more slices of bread or the like with a layer of meat, fish, cheese, etc., between each pair.
something resembling or suggesting a sandwich, as something in horizontal layers: a plywood sandwich.

verb (used with object)

to put into a sandwich.
to insert between two other things: to sandwich an appointment between two board meetings.

Origin of sandwich

First recorded in 1755–65; named after the fourth Earl of Sandwich (1718–92) Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019

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British Dictionary definitions for sandwiched

/ (ˈsænwɪdʒ, -wɪtʃ) /


two or more slices of bread, usually buttered, with a filling of meat, cheese, etc
anything that resembles a sandwich in arrangement

verb (tr)

to insert tightly between two other things
to put into a sandwich
to place between two dissimilar things

Word Origin for sandwich

C18: named after John Montagu, 4th Earl of Sandwich (1718–92), who ate sandwiches rather than leave the gambling table for meals
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