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soufflé

noun [C or U] uk   /ˈsuː.fleɪ/  us   /suˈfleɪ/
a light food that has a lot of air in it, is made mainly from eggs, and can be either sweet or savoury: a cheese soufflé a lemon soufflé
Translations of “soufflé”
in Vietnamese món xuflê…
in Spanish soufflé…
in Thai อาหารอบทำด้วยไข่ นม และเนยแข็ง…
in Malaysian souffle…
in French soufflé…
in German das Souffle…
in Chinese (Traditional) 蛋奶酥,舒芙裡…
in Indonesian sufle…
in Russian суфле…
in Turkish sufle…
in Chinese (Simplified) 蛋奶酥…
in Polish suflet…
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