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Meaning of “omelette” - Learner’s Dictionary

omelette

noun [C]     /ˈɒmlət/ ( also US omelet)
A2 a food made with eggs that have been mixed and fried, often with other foods added: a cheese omeletteSavoury dishes
Translations of “omelette”
in Arabic أومليت…
in Korean 오믈렛…
in Malaysian omelet…
in French omelette…
in Turkish omlet…
in Italian omelette, frittata…
in Chinese (Traditional) 煎雞蛋,煎蛋餅,攤雞蛋…
in Russian омлет…
in Polish omlet…
in Vietnamese trứng tráng…
in Spanish tortilla…
in Portuguese omelete…
in Thai ไข่เจียว…
in German das Omlett…
in Catalan truita…
in Japanese オムレツ…
in Indonesian telur dadar…
in Chinese (Simplified) 煎鸡蛋,煎蛋饼,摊鸡蛋…
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