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T-bone steak

[ tee-bohn steyk ]
/ ˈtiˌboʊn ˌsteɪk /
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noun
a choice piece of beef with a conspicuous T-shaped bone, cut from the short loin and similar to a porterhouse but with a smaller portion of tenderloin.
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Origin of T-bone steak

First recorded in 1920–25

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British Dictionary definitions for T-bone steak

T-bone steak

noun
a large choice steak cut from the sirloin of beef, containing a T-shaped bone
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