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fettuccine

Syllabification: fet·tuc·ci·ne
Pronunciation: /ˌfedəˈCHēnē
 
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(also fettucini)

Definition of fettuccine in English:

noun

Pasta made in ribbons.
Example sentences
  • These are in small or large servings and include cannelloni, fettuccine, risotto, ravioli, penne pasta and spaghetti.
  • Spaghetti, fettucini, rigatoni, ravioli or gnocchi and pasta are at the centre of Italian delicacies, a wide array of which are on offer at the festival at the Waterfront Cafe of Taj Malabar.
  • Pour over the fettuccine and toss the pasta in the sauce.

Origin

from Italian, plural of fettucina, diminutive of fetta 'slice, ribbon'.

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