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Noun: bread  bred
  1. Food made from dough of flour or meal and usually raised with yeast or baking powder and then baked
    - breadstuff, staff of life
  2. Informal term for money
    - boodle, cabbage [US], clams [US], dinero [N. Amer], dough, gelt, kale [US], lettuce [US], lolly [Brit], lucre, loot, moolah [N. Amer], pelf [archaic], scratch, shekels, simoleons [US], sugar, wampum [N. Amer], brass [Brit], moola [N. Amer], wonga [Brit], dosh [Brit], mazuma [US]
Verb: bread  bred
  1. (cooking) cover with bread crumbs
    "bread the pork chops before frying them"

Sounds like: bred

Derived forms: breads, breaded, breading

Type of: baked goods, cover, money, starches

Part of: sandwich

Encyclopedia: Bread, Love and Dreams