Definition of 'meatball'
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Or the sauce and the meatballs? Times, Sunday Times (2016)Use a light touch to make these meatballs. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Stir the pasta through the sauce and meatballs. Times, Sunday Times (2013) Add the meatballs and cook until they brown nicely. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Pasta with meatballs in tomato sauce and roast chicken were the runaway faves. The Sun (2014) Add anything from meatballs to crumbled feta and capers. Times, Sunday Times (2014) Add the meatballs to the sauce and continue to cook for another five minutes while you cook your pasta. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Mix well and shape into 12 small meatballs. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Divide in quarters and roll 10-12 small meatballs by hand from each quarter. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Alternatively, meatballs and sauce reheat together in moments. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Spring onions and fresh coriander with chunky cut organic lamb mince makes these meatballs look enticing and herby but they firm up as they cook. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Meanwhile, make your meatballs as above but replace the dill with parsley and a little finely chopped rosemary or thyme. Times, Sunday Times (2011)They would make unusual meatballs. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Top with the meatballs and sauce, sprinkle with the basil and extra feta and drizzle with the extra oil to serve. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Here I have combined the two to make meatballs. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Shape into 16 small meatballs. Times, Sunday Times (2014)It combines two dishes, beef meatballs with a soy and spring onion broth, enriched with slivers of steak. Times, Sunday Times (2010)
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Translations for 'meatball'
British English: meatball /ˈmiːtˌbɔːl/ NOUN
Meatballs are small balls of chopped meat. They are usually eaten with a sauce.
- American English: meatball
- Arabic: كُرَةُ لَـحْمٍ
- Brazilian Portuguese: almôndega
- Chinese: 肉丸子
- Croatian: okruglica od mesa
- Czech: masová kulička
- Danish: kødbolle
- Dutch: gehaktbal
- European Spanish: albóndiga
- Finnish: lihapulla
- French: boulette de viande
- German: Fleischkloß
- Greek: κεφτές
- Italian: polpetta
- Japanese: ミートボール
- Korean: 미트볼
- Norwegian: kjøttbolle
- Polish: klopsik
- European Portuguese: almôndega
- Romanian: chiftea
- Russian: фрикаделька
- Spanish: albóndiga
- Swedish: köttbulle
- Thai: ลูกชิ้น
- Turkish: köfte
- Ukrainian: фрикаделька
- Vietnamese: thịt băm viên
Definition of meatball from the Collins English Dictionary
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