(adverb) bar'-ding1. The exaggeration of some thing to powerful proportions.2. To act as a bard, making one's self appearance heroic3. Being stupid to impress friends over trifle.
The rehearse of wrapping lean slices of animal meat become with thin slices of back fat. The converse of the is larding, in which long pieces of fat are inserted in to the cut of beef to keep it moist during cooking.