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spoonful

noun [C] uk   /ˈspuːn.fʊl/ ( plural spoonfuls or spoonsful) us  
an amount held in a particular spoon: a spoonful of mustard
Translations of “spoonful”
in Korean 스푼, 한 숟가락…
in Arabic مِلء مِلْعَقة…
in Portuguese colherada…
in Catalan cullerada…
in Japanese スプーン1杯…
in Italian cucchiaio, cucchiaiata…
in Chinese (Traditional) 一匙(的量)…
in Russian полная ложка чего-либо…
in Turkish kaşık dolusu…
in Chinese (Simplified) 一匙(的量)…
in Polish łyżka, łyżeczka…
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