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ladle in Utensils topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishladlela‧dle1 /ˈleɪdl/ noun [countable]  ladle.jpg DFUa large deep spoon with a long handle, used for lifting liquid food, especially soup, out of a container
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ladleShe dropped a ladle filled with hot soup into his lap.A young boy with a ladle and a stoup of water wetted their grizzled mouths.Whiskers Zhu picked up the pail and ladle, then fell in behind old Zheng and Song Anni. 4.Because the process does not involve handling molten metal, there is no contamination from ladles and tanks.The aging prisoner picked up a greasy ladle and buried it in the soup, stirring it for a moment.a soup ladleJane sat near Dorothy's place, who was at the stove, ladle in her hand.Josie, standing by the stove with the ladle for helping out the pasta, decided to wait and say nothing.I sat at the table, watching Frank stir the contents of the large metal pot with a wooden ladle.