dog meat

dog meat (uncountable)

  1. Meat from a dog eaten as food.
    We visited South Korea this time around, where we ate dog meat for the first time.
  2. Meat prepared to be given to a dog as food.
    • That's a tin of dog meat, as well, really, er, served in the traditional manner, chopped up into a big bowl that says "DOG" on the side.
  3. (slang) An insult intended to assert hyperbolically that another person has value only as a corpse to be fed to a dog.
    Did you just step on my blue suede shoes? You're dog meat now!
  • dog ("they eat dog")
  • fragrant meat ("the meat of a dog")
  • dog food ("dead person"; "meat for a dog" (although "dog food" is not necessarily meat))
  • French: viande de chien
  • German: Hundefleisch, (young) Hundchenfleisch
  • Italian: carne di cane
  • Portuguese: carne de cachorro/cão
  • Russian: пси́на

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