[mee-tee] /ˈmi ti/
adjective, meatier, meatiest.
of or like .
abounding in .
rich in content or thought-provoking matter; full of substance:
a meaty topic for discussion.
adjective meatier, meatiest
of, relating to, or full of meat: a meaty stew
heavily built; fleshy or brawny
full of import or interest: a meaty discussion
(Judaism) another word for fleishik
“full of meat,” 1787, from meat (n.) + -y (2). Figurative sense “full of substance” is from 1881. Related: Meatiness.
[meet] /mit/ noun 1. the flesh of animals as used for food. 2. the edible part of anything, as a fruit or nut: Crack the walnuts and remove the meats. 3. the essential point or part of an argument, literary work, etc.; gist; crux: The meat of the play is the jealousy between the two […]
noun 1. a dish of ground meat, often mixed with other ingredients, as bread crumbs and seasonings, molded in the shape of a loaf and baked.
[meet-man] /ˈmitˌmæn/ noun, plural meatmen. 1. a dealer in ; butcher.
- Meat market