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flournoun [U]

uk   /flaʊər/  us   /flaʊɚ/
B1 powder made from grain, especially wheat, used for making bread, cakes, pasta, pastry, etc.
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flourverb [T]

uk   /flaʊər/  us   /flaʊɚ/
to put flour on a surface to prevent food from sticking: Grease and flour the tins thoroughly.
Translations of “flour”
in Arabic دَقيق, طَحين…
in Korean 밀가루…
in Malaysian tepung…
in French farine…
in Turkish un…
in Italian farina…
in Chinese (Traditional) (穀物磨成的)粉, (尤指)小麥粉…
in Russian мука…
in Polish mąka…
in Vietnamese bột mì…
in Spanish harina…
in Portuguese farinha…
in Thai แป้ง…
in German das Mehl…
in Catalan farina…
in Japanese 小麦粉…
in Indonesian tepung…
in Chinese (Simplified) (谷物磨成的)粉, (尤指)小麦粉…
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