Definition of 'doughnut'
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We had to take our coffee and miniature doughnuts lying down in the lounge. Times, Sunday Times (2007)But you cannot do that when you play like a doughnut. The Sun (2016)Many councils offer free croissants and doughnuts. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Slide the doughnuts into the hot oil using a spatula. The Sun (2015)My first job was jamming the doughnuts. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Come inside for a free doughnut too! The Sun (2016)Want a doughnut with your coffee? Times, Sunday Times (2016)People camped out overnight for the opening of a doughnut shop in Bath. Times, Sunday Times (2011) Buy some doughnuts... and some organic broccoli and stuff. Times, Sunday Times (2012)And yes, apparently he does like his doughnuts with jam in. The Sun (2011)We're guessing that sales of coffee and doughnuts have gone through the roof. Times, Sunday Times (2007)They split their morning worship into two halves, with coffee and doughnuts between. Christianity Today (2000)When they see me burning rubber and doing doughnuts and stuff like that, it shuts anyone up. Times, Sunday Times (2008)FANCY a bottle of raspberry jam doughnut milk shake? Times, Sunday Times (2014)A collar like a huge doughnut moves up and down the column as waves pass. Times, Sunday Times (2008)ARE you the doughnut shop boss? The Sun (2011)Would she have been so dismissive if I had been a jam doughnut? The Sun (2008)And we had fruit cake and pound cake and doughnuts and two kinds of preserves, Marilla. Anne of Green Gables (1872)But for a viewer, sometimes it's the overworked doughnut we like to see succeed. The Sun (2015)More unusual future careers include being a superhero, doughnut shop worker and working in a dinosaur museum, the poll found. The Sun (2015)He said: 'My guilty pleasure is ring doughnuts with a lemon icing glaze and a little bit of lime on the top. The Sun (2015)The part doughnut, part croissant pastry treat has been taking the US by storm. The Sun (2013)
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Translations for 'doughnut'
British English: doughnut /ˈdəʊnʌt/ NOUN
A doughnut is a lump or ring of sweet dough cooked in hot fat.
- American English: doughnut
- Arabic: دَوْنات
- Brazilian Portuguese: rosquinha
- Chinese: 炸面圈
- Croatian: krafna
- Czech: kobliha
- Danish: doughnut
- Dutch: donut
- European Spanish: rosquilla
- Finnish: donitsi
- French: beignet
- German: Doughnut
- Greek: ντόνατ
- Italian: ciambella
- Japanese: ドーナツ
- Korean: 도넛
- Norwegian: smultring
- Polish: pączek ciastko
- European Portuguese: donut
- Romanian: gogoașă
- Russian: пончик
- Spanish: donut
- Swedish: munk
- Thai: ขนมโดนัท
- Turkish: tatlı çörek
- Ukrainian: пончик
- Vietnamese: bánh rán
Definition of doughnut from the Collins English Dictionary
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