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    Question British term for "bologna" ?

    Hi,
    What's the British equivalent for "bologna" ?

    Thanks...

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    Re: British term for "bologna" ?

    You mean a city?


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    Re: British term for "bologna" ?

    Or the form of sausage? Which is often called "bolony".

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    Re: British term for "bologna" ?

    But is spelt "baloney" by almost all people.

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    Re: British term for "bologna" ?

    Quote Originally Posted by Mehrgan View Post
    Hi,
    What's the British equivalent for "bologna" ?

    Thanks...
    I can't imagine you mean the city. Perhaps the Farsi word for the sauce named after the city is bologna...? If so the 'English' is bolognese (though I had to put the English in quotation marks, as the ingredients for this sauce - in most English kitchens - have little connection with the bolognese made in that city.

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    Re: British term for "bologna" ?

    Oh! Sorry! Not a city...I mean the round slices of sausege when eaten cold...What's the right spelling and the most common word for this kind of food, please?

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    Re: British term for "bologna" ?

    Quote Originally Posted by Anglika View Post
    Or the form of sausage? Which is often called "bolony".


    Hi,
    Is it "bolony" in BrE?

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