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    Default Is bologna or salami a good word to refer to this picture?

    Hi
    Could you kindly help me with this picture? Here, in English we use these two words to describe this picture. How about you? Do you use the same words? If not what other words do you use to name this picture?

    Thanks a lot in advance.bologna

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    Default Re: Is bologna or salami a good word to refer to this picture?

    It doesn't look like either bologna or salami to me. I would call it "lunchmeat" as a generic term.

    This is bologna in the US:



    This is salami:

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    I'd call the first one

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