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noodle

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Food, dish
noodlenoo‧dle /ˈnuːdl/ noun 🔊 🔊 [usually plural]DFF a long thin piece of food made from a mixture of flour, water, and eggs, usually cooked in soup or boiling water 🔊 Serve the meat with rice or noodles.
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noodleShe would remind Froggy of it the next time he ragged her for a noodle.You can't go wrong with anything shaped like a noodle.On entering the parish hall, he was surprised to smell the unmistakable odor of chicken noodle soup.chicken noodle soupCook noodles, a small handful at a time, in oil.Serve on a bed of noodles or rice, and dress with a little sesame oil.This super crunchy coating turns out to be ultra-skinny noodles.It was noodles flavoured with flakes of dried tuna from Miyako.Just use your noodle.
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