stodge Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary

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stodgenoun [U]

uk   /stɒdʒ/  us   /stɑːdʒ/ UK informal disapproving
heavyfood, such as ​potatoes, ​bread, and ​rice, that ​contains too much starch and makes you ​feel very ​full
(Definition of stodge from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “stodge”
in Spanish comida indigesta/pesada…
in Vietnamese thức ăn khó tiêu…
in Malaysian makanan berat…
in Thai อาหารหนัก…
in French aliment bourratif…
in German schwerverdauliches Essen…
in Chinese (Simplified) 让人易饱的食物, 高淀粉食物…
in Indonesian makanan keras…
in Chinese (Traditional) 令人易飽的食物, 高澱粉食物…
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