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stodge

noun [U] uk   /stɒdʒ/ us    /stɑːdʒ/ UK informal disapproving
heavy food, such as potatoes, bread, and rice, which contains too much starch and makes you feel very full
Translations of “stodge”
in Spanish comida indigesta/pesada…
in French aliment bourratif…
in German schwerverdauliches Essen…
in Chinese (Traditional) 令人易飽的食物, 高澱粉食物…
in Chinese (Simplified) 让人易饱的食物, 高淀粉食物…
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