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al dente

adjective
 
 
/ˌælˈden.teɪ/ approving
describes a cooked vegetable or pasta that is still firm when bitten
(蔬菜或麵食)烹調得不太軟的,有嚼勁的,耐嚼的
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in Chinese (Simplified) (蔬菜或面食)烹调得不太软的,耐嚼的…
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