"The merchant sells meats."
Translation:Mercator carnes vendit.
f Carō Carnēs flesh, meat, fruit flesh, body • From Proto-Italic karō, from Proto-Indo-European ker-, (s)ker- to cut off . Cognate with Dutch scheren, German scheren, Norwegian skjære, Swedish skära; and (from Indo-European) with Ancient Greek κείρω (keírō, “I cut off”), English shear, Albanian harr (“to cut, to mow”), Lithuanian skìrti (“separate”), Welsh ysgar (“separate”). See also sharp.
"Meat" can be both uncountable and countable in English, depending on meaning.
"The butchery's profit rate on various meats varies greatly."
""Most meats will take somewhere between 1 to 4 hours". ... Ribs, pastrami, brisket, and others will take much longer."
The Arby's slogan "We have the meats!" ("Carnes habemus!" for the Vatican location.)