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knead

verb [T] uk   us   /niːd/
to press something, especially a mixture for making bread, firmly and repeatedly with the hands and fingers: Knead the dough until smooth.
Translations of “knead”
in Arabic يَعْجُن…
in Korean 치대다…
in Malaysian menguli…
in French pétrir…
in Turkish hamur yoğurmak…
in Italian impastare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 揉,捏(尤指面)…
in Russian месить (тесто)…
in Polish wyrabiać…
in Vietnamese nhào trộn…
in Spanish amasar…
in Portuguese amassar, sovar…
in Thai นวด…
in German kneten…
in Catalan pastar…
in Japanese ~をこねる…
in Indonesian meremas-remas…
in Chinese (Simplified) 揉,捏(尤指面)…
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