- pastrami (n.)
- 1940, from Yiddish pastrame, from Rumanian pastrama, probably from Turkish pastrima, variant of basdirma "dried meat," from root *bas- "to press." Another possible origin of the Rumanian word [Barnhart] is Modern Greek pastono "I salt," from classical Greek pastos "sprinkled with salt, salted." Spelling in English with -mi probably from influence of salami.
- 1. I had a pastrami on rye with a bit of mustard and some pickles.
- 2. Maybe Meg Ryan was orgasming because of the soft, succulent and fatty pastrami.
- 可能梅格·瑞恩也因为吃到这柔软 、 多汁而饱满的牛肉感到极度满足吧.
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