pork chops

pork chops
Cockney Rhyming Slang
Pigs (Police)

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  • pork */ — UK [pɔː(r)k] / US [pɔrk] noun [uncountable] the meat from a pig Do you eat pork? pork chops • See: bacon, ham …   English dictionary

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