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Translation of "dough" - English-Spanish dictionary

dough

noun [no plural]   /dəʊ/
a thick mixture of flour and liquid used to make foods such as bread and pastry masa
(Definition of dough from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

dough

/dəu/
noun a mass of flour moistened and kneaded but not baked Masa Leave the dough to rise in a warm place.
(slang) money Pasta I’ve run out of dough.
doughnut /-nat, (American) -nət/ noun
a ring-shaped cake, with a hole in the middle, fried in fat dónut a jam doughnut.
(Definition of dough from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “dough”
in Korean 도우, 반죽…
in Arabic عَجين…
in Malaysian doh, fulus…
in French pâte…
in Russian тесто…
in Chinese (Traditional) 麵粉, 麵團,麵坯…
in Italian pasta…
in Turkish hamur…
in Polish ciasto…
in Vietnamese bột nhão, “xiền”…
in Portuguese massa…
in Thai ก้อนแป้งที่นวดแล้วแต่ยังไม่ได้อบ, เงิน…
in German der Teig…
in Catalan massa…
in Japanese パン生地…
in Chinese (Simplified) 面粉, 面团,面坯…
in Indonesian adonan, uang…
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