ravioli Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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"ravioli" in British English

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raviolinoun [U]

uk   /ˌræv.iˈəʊ.li/  us   /-ˈoʊ-/
small, ​squarecases of pastafilled with ​meat or ​cheese, ​cooked in ​boilingwater, and usually ​eaten with a ​sauce
(Definition of ravioli from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"ravioli" in American English

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ravioliplural noun

 us   /ˌræv·iˈoʊ·li/
smallsquares of ​pasta, often ​filled with ​meat or ​cheese, that are ​cooked in ​boilingwater
(Definition of ravioli from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “ravioli”
in Spanish ravioli…
in Vietnamese bánh bao Ý…
in Malaysian sejenis pasta…
in Thai อาหารอิตาเลียน…
in French ravioli…
in German die Ravioli (pl.)…
in Chinese (Simplified) (肉或奶酪馅的)意大利小方饺…
in Indonesian semacam pastel…
in Chinese (Traditional) (肉或起司餡的)義大利雲吞…
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