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noodle

noun uk   /ˈnuː.dl̩/ us  

noodle noun (FOOD)

[C usually plural] a food in the form of long, thin strips made from flour or rice, water, and often egg, cooked in boiling liquid: egg/rice noodles instant/crispy noodles chicken noodle soup

noodle noun (HEAD)

[C] US old-fashioned informal ( UK noddle) the head or brain of a person: Did that hit you on the noodle? Use your noodle - clear the shelves before you paint the cupboard!

noodle

verb [I] uk   /ˈnuː.dl̩/ US informal us  
to play a musical instrument without giving it full or serious attention: I just sat at the piano noodling.
Traducciones de “noodle”
en español fideos, tallarines…
en coreano 국수…
en árabe مَعكرونة…
en portugués macarrão…
en francés nouille(s)…
en alemán die Nudel…
en catalán fideu…
en japonés めん類…
en italiano spaghetto cinese, noodle…
en chino (tradicionál) 食物, 麵條…
en chino (simplificado) 食物, 面条…
(Definition of noodle from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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