简明英汉词典

hamburger
[5hAmbE:^E]
n.
<美> 碎牛肉, 牛肉饼, 汉堡包

美国传统词典[双解]

hamburger
ham.burg.er
AHD:[h2m“b?r”g…r] 也作 ham.burg [-b?rg”]
D.J.[6h#m7b*8g*]也作 ham.burg [7b*8g]
K.K.[6h#m7b)g+]也作 ham.burg [7b)g]
n.(名词)

(1)

Ground meat, usually beef.
碎牛肉:绞碎的肉,通常为牛肉

(2)

A patty of such meat.
有这样肉馅的馅饼

(3)

A sandwich made with a patty of ground meat usually in a roll or bun.
汉堡包:一种三明治,通常在面包卷或小面包中夹入这种碎牛肉饼制成
n.attributive.(定语名词)
Often used to modify another noun:
通常用来修饰别的名词:
hamburger patties; hamburger restaurants.
汉堡包;汉堡包餐馆

语源

(1)

Short for Hamburger steak
Hamburger steak的简写

(2)

after Hamburg
源自 Hamburg

注释
After having eaten countless hamburgers, one may perhaps be interested in knowing more about the origins of the name. By the middle of the 19th century people in Hamburg, Germany, the busiest port in West Germany today, enjoyed pounded beefsteak in some form. Perhaps brought to America by the large numbers of Germans who migrated around that time, this sort of dish with the name Hamburg steak may have appeared on a menu as early as 1836. The first recorded use of Hamburg steak is found in 1884 in the Boston Journal, with hamburger steak being first recorded in a Walla Walla, Washington, newspaper in 1889. A 1902 cookbook contains a recipe for Hamburg steak that is closer to our conception, a recipe using ground beef mixed with onion and pepper. The hamburger was on its way, as was the Americanism hamburger.
在吃完了数不清的汉堡包之后,人们可能会有兴趣更多地知道一些关于这个名字由来的知识。直至19世纪中叶住在德国汉堡,这个今日德国最为繁忙的港口的人们,喜欢把牛排捣碎成一定形状。也许是被当时的大量德国移民传至美洲,这道以Hamburg steak 命名的菜最早出现在菜单上是在1836年。 Hamburg steak 第一次见诸于铅字是在1884年的 波士顿日报 , 而hamburger steak 第一次见诸于铅字是在1889年华盛顿州的沃拉沃拉市的一家报纸上。 到1902年烹饪书上关于汉堡牛排的调制法与我们今天的概念已经很接近了,就是用碎牛肉和洋葱与胡椒粉拌在一起。汉堡包已被广泛使用,如美国方式的hamburger

现代英汉词典

hamburger
[5hAmb\:^E(r)]
n.
汉堡包
They like hamburgers.
他们喜欢汉堡包。
"Many people buy their hamburgers and take them home to eat, or eat them in their cars."
"许多人买了汉堡包拿回家去吃,或在汽车里吃。"

现代英汉综合大辞典

hamburger
[5hAmbE:^E]
n.

(1)

汉堡牛肉饼

(2)

搅碎的牛肉

(3)

被打得遍体鳞伤的拳击手

习惯用语

make hamburger out of
[美俚]痛打某人, 把某人打成肉饼

make hamburger out of sb.
[美俚]痛打某人, 把某人打成肉饼

[七国语言]英汉轻工业大词典

hamburger
汉堡包

美国传统词典

hamburger
ham.burg.er
AHD:[h2m“b?r”g…r] also ham.burg [-b?rg”]
D.J.[6h#m7b*8g*]also ham.burg [7b*8g]
K.K.[6h#m7b)g+]also ham.burg [7b)g]
n.

(1)

Ground meat, usually beef.

(2)

A patty of such meat.

(3)

A sandwich made with a patty of ground meat usually in a roll or bun.
n.attributive.
Often used to modify another noun:
hamburger patties; hamburger restaurants.

语源

(1)

Short for Hamburger steak

(2)

after Hamburg

注释
After having eaten countless hamburgers, one may perhaps be interested in knowing more about the origins of the name. By the middle of the 19th century people in Hamburg, Germany, the busiest port in West Germany today, enjoyed pounded beefsteak in some form. Perhaps brought to America by the large numbers of Germans who migrated around that time, this sort of dish with the name Hamburg steak may have appeared on a menu as early as 1836. The first recorded use of Hamburg steak is found in 1884 in the Boston Journal, with hamburger steak being first recorded in a Walla Walla, Washington, newspaper in 1889. A 1902 cookbook contains a recipe for Hamburg steak that is closer to our conception, a recipe using ground beef mixed with onion and pepper. The hamburger was on its way, as was the Americanism hamburger.

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