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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 Vietnamese thức ăn khó tiêu…
in Spanish comida indigesta/pesada…
in Thai อาหารหนัก…
in Malaysian makanan berat…
in French aliment bourratif…
in German schwerverdauliches Essen…
in Chinese (Traditional) 令人易飽的食物, 高澱粉食物…
in Indonesian makanan keras…
in Chinese (Simplified) 让人易饱的食物, 高淀粉食物…
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