Definition of ham and eggs in English:

ham and eggs

noun

mass noun
  • A dish of cooked ham served with eggs.

    ‘a breakfast of ham and eggs’
    • ‘He swallowed a cup of coffee, and turned his attention to the ham and eggs.’
    • ‘They all got up early in the morning and ate a breakfast of ham and eggs in the common room.’
    • ‘The Easter dinner included ham and eggs.’
    • ‘She is cooking fried ham and eggs, grits, biscuits and gravy.’
    • ‘What they could have would always work out at cold beef and pickles, or fried ham and eggs, two pints of beer, and two bottles of ginger beer.’
    • ‘A tasty breakfast of ham and eggs prepared us for the rafting trip.’
    • ‘He tells me what he had for breakfast: ham and eggs.’
    • ‘We seem to go together like ham and eggs.’
    • ‘This morning I ordered the fried ham and eggs with grits and toast.’
    • ‘Adam ordered coffee and ham and eggs, just to keep his brother company.’