Definition of rotini in English:

rotini

Syllabification: ro·ti·ni
Pronunciation: /rōˈtēnē
 
/

noun

  • Pasta in short pieces with a helical shape.
    More example sentences
    • You only pay for the great-tasting food you eat (the rotini and meatballs are my favorite!).
    • What you put on your spaghetti or rotini or fettuccine is no longer limited to tomato sauce in the jar.
    • Last night, when I was putting the pasta in, I actually found myself considering stealing a few rotini for myself.

Origin

Italian, literally 'spirals'.

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