finger food

finger food
• Fingeressen, Spezialitäten mit den Fingern zu essen

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  • finger food — food intended to be picked up with the fingers and eaten. * * * …   Universalium

  • finger food — fin′ger food n. coo food intended to be eaten with the fingers …   From formal English to slang

  • finger food — /ˈfɪŋgə fud/ (say fingguh foohd) noun 1. food suitable for eating without utensils, such as savouries, dips, canapés, etc. 2. pieces of food which have been cut to a size and shape suitable for a young child to pick up with their fingers …   Australian-English dictionary

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  • finger food — noun Date: 1928 a food that is to be held with the fingers for eating …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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