Sandwich meaning

săndwĭch, săn-
To make room or time for.

Sandwiched a vacation between business trips.

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Two or more slices of bread with a filling of meat, fish, cheese, jam, etc. between them.
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Anything in a layered arrangement like a sandwich.
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To place or squeeze between two other persons, places, things, materials, etc.
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(place) Town in Kent, SE England, near the Strait of Dover: one of the Cinque Ports.
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Sandwich is defined as to squeeze or place between two people or things.

An example of sandwich is to wiggle and squeeze into line between two people.

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The definition of a sandwich is two slices of bread with filling in between them, or something arranged in this layered form.

An example of a sandwich is peanut butter and jelly between two pieces of whole wheat bread.

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A snack formed of various ingredients between two slices of bread.

Cheese sandwich.

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An open sandwich.
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Any combination formed by layering material of one type between two layers of material of another type.
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To place one item between two other, usually flat, items.
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(figuratively) To put or set something between two others, in time.
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(US) Of a meal or serving size that is smaller than a dinner.
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A town in Kent, south-east England, one of the historic Cinque Ports.
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An English habitational surname originating from this town.
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One of several younger towns named after the town in Kent or after a person bearing the surname.
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Something resembling a sandwich.
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To insert (one thing) tightly between two other things often of differing character or quality.
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To collide with or crash into (a person, for example) with impacts on opposing sides.
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A town of southeast England north of Dover. One of the original Cinque Ports, it is now a resort and market center.
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Origin of sandwich

  • After John Montagu, Fourth Earl of Sandwich (1718–1792), British politician

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • The family name is from Old English Sandwicæ, a place in Kent, lit. "sandy harbor."

    From Wiktionary

  • Named after its supposed inventor, the Earl of Sandwich (see Sandwich).

    From Wiktionary