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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Food
spoonfulspoon‧ful /ˈspuːnfʊl/ noun [countable]  DFAMOUNTthe amount that a spoon will holdspoonful of Two spoonfuls of sugar, please.
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spoonfulAdd a spoonful of baking soda to the red cabbage water.Place a spoonful of beans in the bottom of each tin.Place a spoonful of the mushroom mixture in the centre of each top piece of filo.All in a delicious fruity tasting daily spoonful.In his cup, a lump of sugar, a dusty spoonful of Pream.Where quantities are measured in spoonfuls we mean a level spoonful unless otherwise indicated.She stopped cooking, and for days the boy and his sisters ate stale bread and tamarind jam by the spoonful.spoonful ofa spoonful of sugar
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