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rolling pin

noun [C] uk   us  
a tube-shaped object that is used for making pastry flat and thin before cooking it
Translations of “rolling pin”
in Korean 밀대, 밀방망이…
in Arabic مِرقاق العَجين, نَشّابة (مِصر)…
in Portuguese rolo da massa…
in Catalan corró…
in Japanese 麺棒, のし棒…
in Italian mattarello…
in Chinese (Traditional) 擀麵杖…
in Russian скалка…
in Turkish oklava…
in Chinese (Simplified) 擀面杖…
in Polish wałek do ciasta…
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