Definition of 'wafer'
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Example sentences containing 'wafer'
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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)
Trends of 'wafer'
Used Occasionally. wafer is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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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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