noodle noun (FOOD) translate to Mandarin Chinese
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noodle

noun [C usually plural] (FOOD)
食物
 
 
/ˈnuː.dl̩/
a food in the form of long thin strips made from flour or rice, water and often egg, which you cook in boiling liquid
面条
egg/rice noodles
鸡蛋面/米粉
instant/crispy noodles
方便面/炒面
chicken noodle soup
鸡汤面
Pasta
Translations of “noodle”
in Arabic مَعكرونة…
in Korean 국수…
in Malaysian mi…
in French nouille(s)…
in Italian spaghetto cinese, noodle…
in Chinese (Traditional) 食物, 麵條…
in Vietnamese mỳ sợi…
in Spanish fideos, tallarines…
in Portuguese macarrão…
in Thai ก๋วยเตี๋ยว…
in German die Nudel…
in Catalan fideu…
in Japanese めん類…
in Indonesian mi…
(Definition of noodle noun (FOOD) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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