knead Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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kneadverb [T]

uk   us   /niːd/
to ​press something, ​especially a ​mixture for making ​bread, ​firmly and ​repeatedly with the ​hands and ​fingers: Knead the ​dough until ​smooth.
(Definition of knead from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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kneadverb [T]

 us   /nid/
to ​press something, esp. ​clay or a ​mixture for making ​bread, ​firmly and ​repeatedly with the ​hands: Knead the ​dough until it is ​smooth.
(Definition of knead from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “knead”
in Korean 치대다…
in Arabic يَعْجُن…
in Malaysian menguli…
in French pétrir…
in Russian месить (тесто)…
in Chinese (Traditional) 揉,捏(尤指面)…
in Italian impastare…
in Turkish hamur yoğurmak…
in Polish wyrabiać…
in Spanish amasar…
in Vietnamese nhào trộn…
in Portuguese amassar, sovar…
in Thai นวด…
in German kneten…
in Catalan pastar…
in Japanese ~をこねる…
in Chinese (Simplified) 揉,捏(尤指面)…
in Indonesian meremas-remas…
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