Definition of 'spoonful'
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Top with large spoonfuls of the mascarpone mixture and then the remaining biscuits. Times, Sunday Times (2013)This bittersweet comedy might have been more palatable with a few spoonfuls of sugar. The Sun (2012)Serve with an extra spoonful of honey or golden syrup and the hot sauce. Times, Sunday Times (2011) Put spoonful of mincemeat in centre of each one and pinch pastry together to form money bags. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Toast the sourdough and add a spoonful of the crab mixture to each slice. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Top each mousse with a spoonful of cream and dust with cocoa powder. The Sun (2014)Sift over the cocoa powder and fold in a large spoonful of the egg whites. The Sun (2015)Season each venison steak with a spoonful of the mixture and keep the rest aside. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Spoon the meringue over the custard and sprinkle the final spoonful of sugar on top. Times, Sunday Times (2009)My tipple is hot milk with a spoonful of honey. Times, Sunday Times (2007) Put a spoonful of mascarpone in the centre. Times, Sunday Times (2012) Add the other spoonful of sesame oil to the noodles. The Sun (2016)Serve with a spoonful of sour cream and finely sliced chives. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Serve with the fondant potato and a large spoonful of buttered kale. The Sun (2012)Pile spoonfuls of the mixture on to each circle and shape into nests. The Sun (2015)Quite a spoonful of sugar to help the serious cause go down. Times, Sunday Times (2010)It also meant no more spoonfuls of honey from the jar. Times, Sunday Times (2013) Add spoonful of mincemeat to each pie. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Serve dusted with icing sugar and with a generous spoonful of sour cream. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Heat remaining oil and drop large spoonfuls of mash into pan. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Place small spoonfuls of the spinach mixture inside the flowers, pressing it in firmly. The Sun (2014)Place 8 small spoonfuls on a greased baking tray. Times, Sunday Times (2006) Put a spoonful of mustard mayo on top of each burger and top each with two cooked green beans, if liked. Times, Sunday Times (2013)I'd settle for a small spoonful. Times, Sunday Times (2014)
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Translations for 'spoonful'
British English: spoonful /ˈspuːnˌfʊl/ NOUN
You can refer to an amount of food resting on a spoon as a spoonful of food.
He took a spoonful of the stew and ate it.
- American English: spoonful
- Arabic: مِقْدَارُ مِلْعَقَةٌ صَغِيرَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: colherada
- Chinese: 一汤匙
- Croatian: zalogaj
- Czech: lžíce množství
- Danish: skefuld
- Dutch: lepel hapje
- European Spanish: cucharada
- Finnish: lusikallinen
- French: cuillérée
- German: Löffel
- Greek: κουταλιά
- Italian: cucchiaiata
- Japanese: ひとさじ
- Korean: 한 숟가락 가득
- Norwegian: skjefull
- Polish: łyżka (czegoś)
- European Portuguese: colherada
- Romanian: lingură
- Russian: полная ложка
- Spanish: cucharada
- Swedish: sked
- Thai: เต็มช้อน
- Turkish: bir kaşık dolusu
- Ukrainian: ложка
- Vietnamese: thìa đầy
Definition of spoonful from the Collins English Dictionary
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