Definition of 'rolling pin'
Example sentences containing 'rolling pin'
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Diana tightened her grip on the rolling pin, slowing as she approached the door, reluctant to go in. MIDNIGHT IS A LONELY PLACE (1991)Take some of this chalk out to the kitchen and crush it to a fine powder with a rolling pin. THE SECRET OF THE FORGOTTEN CITY (1991)
Translations for 'rolling pin'
British English: rolling pin /ˈrəʊlɪŋ pɪn/ NOUN
A rolling pin is a cylinder that you roll backwards and forwards over uncooked pastry in order to make the pastry flat.
- American English: rolling pin
- Arabic: نَشّابة
- Brazilian Portuguese: rolo de pastel
- Chinese: 擀面棍
- Croatian: valjak
- Czech: váleček na těsto
- Danish: kagerulle
- Dutch: deegroller
- European Spanish: rodillo pastelero
- Finnish: kaulin
- French: rouleau à pâtisserie
- German: Nudelholz
- Greek: πλάστης
- Italian: mattarello
- Japanese: 麺棒
- Korean: 밀방망이
- Norwegian: kjevle
- Polish: wałek do ciasta
- European Portuguese: rolo da massa
- Romanian: făcăleț
- Russian: скалка
- Spanish: rodillo pastelero
- Swedish: brödkavel
- Thai: ไม้นวดแป้ง
- Turkish: oklava
- Ukrainian: качалка
- Vietnamese: trục cán
Definition of rolling pin from the Collins English Dictionary
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