Definition of 'wafer'
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Example sentences containing 'wafer'
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The company's just bought Inmost, and that means wafer scale technology and transputers. THE LAST RAVEN (2004)
It was like offering a communion wafer to a starving man: it served the minimal purpose but missed the point entirely. THE CRASH OF HENNINGTON (2004)
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Translations for 'wafer'
British English: wafer /ˈweɪfə/ NOUN
A wafer is a thin crisp biscuit, often eaten with ice cream.
- American English: wafer
- Arabic: بِسْكُوتٌ وَيْفَر
- Brazilian Portuguese: biscoito
- Chinese: 薄饼
- Croatian: oblatna
- Czech: oplatka
- Danish: vaffel
- Dutch: wafel
- European Spanish: gofre
- Finnish: vohvelikeksi
- French: gaufrette
- German: Waffel
- Greek: γκοφρέτα
- Italian: wafer
- Japanese: ウエハース
- Korean: 웨이퍼
- Norwegian: vaffelkjeks
- Polish: wafel
- European Portuguese: biscoito
- Romanian: vafă
- Russian: вафля
- Spanish: oblea
- Swedish: rån kex
- Thai: ขนมปังกรอบบางรสหวานมักกินกับไอศกรีม
- Turkish: gofret
- Ukrainian: вафля
- Vietnamese: bánh xốp
Definition of wafer from the Collins English Dictionary
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