Definition of fettuccine in English:

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fettuccine

Pronunciation: /ˌfɛtʊˈtʃiːni/

plural 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 fettuccina, diminutive of fetta 'slice, ribbon'.

Words that rhyme with fettuccine

Athene, bambini, beanie, Bellini, Bernini, bikini, Boccherini, Borromini, capellini, catenae, Cellini, Cherubini, Cyrene, Fellini, genie, greeny, grissini, Heaney, Houdini, Jeanie, linguine, martini, Mazzini, mankini, meanie, Mussolini, Mycenae, Paganini, Panini, porcini, Puccini, queenie, rapini, Rossellini, Rossini, Santoríni, Selene, spaghettini, Sweeney, teeny, teeny-weeny, tortellini, Toscanini, Trini, tweeny, wahine, weeny, zucchini

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