Learn how to say Steak correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.
Oxford dictionary definition of the word steak:
high-quality beef taken from the hindquarters of the animal, typically cut into thick slices that are cooked by grilling or frying:
he liked his steak rare
a plate of steak and chips
half a pound of fillet steak
[count noun] a thick slice of steak or other high-quality meat or fish:
a fillet steak
a salmon steak
poorer-quality beef that is cubed or minced and cooked by braising or stewing:
steak and kidney pie
Middle English: from Old Norse steik; related to steikja ‘roast on a spit’ and stikna ‘be roasted’
Do not confuse stake with steak. Stake mainly means ‘gamble money or something valuable’ (he staked everything he’d got and lost), ‘a strong post used to support plants’, or ‘something gambled’ (playing dice for high stakes), whereas steak means ‘a thick slice of beef’ (steak and chips).