They met the Laager and caught him sleeping, having first prepared minced meat from the unfortunate guard. If you can stop men from getting behind the wheel, we will make ground meat from this type in no time. Just look at how he made minced meat from the legal panel investigating his role in the Murdoch newspaper hacking scandal. With the guns and cheers, each Boer commando must have thought that the next one had been beaten with minced meat. Dey make batch ground meat from us before you have time to breathe. We make minced meat from the girl and hashish from the chicken and sausage from the dog! 14th century, in the definite transitive sense meaning 1a Britannica English: Translation of minced meat for Arabic speakers Deception planners borrowed from fiction, including for one of the most famous operations of the war: Operation Mincemeat. These sample phrases are automatically selected from various online information sources to reflect the current use of the word “ground meat”. The views expressed in the examples do not represent the views of Merriam-Webster or its editors. Send us your feedback.

Middle English, from Anglo-French mincer, from Vulgar Latin *minutiare, from Latin minutia kleinheit – more to minutia.