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fish slice

noun [C] uk   us   UK (US spatula)
a kitchen tool that has a wide, flat blade with long holes in it, used for lifting and turning food while cooking
Translations of “fish slice”
in Chinese (Traditional) 煎魚鏟…
in Russian лопатка (для торта и т. д. )…
in Turkish yemek servisinde kullanılan geniş düz uçlu mutfak gereci, spatula…
in Chinese (Simplified) 煎鱼铲…
in Polish łopatka (do smażenia)…
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