Definición de pretzel en inglés:

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Pronunciación: /ˈprɛts(ə)l/


A crisp biscuit baked in the form of a knot or stick and flavoured with salt.
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • And I can't think of any better vehicle for crunchy grains of coarse salt than pretzels.
  • The plain, salted pretzels weren't ready, but ones stuffed with either cheese or apple cinnamon were available.
  • Should they add hard pretzels and pretzel sticks to their repertoire?

verbo (pretzels, pretzeling, pretzeled)

[with object] North American
Twist, bend, or contort: he found the snake pretzeled into a tangle of knots
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Among the favorite groups to clothe, house and take on a ride are bendable figures with extended limbs that can be ‘pretzeled’ into the most unlikely poses.
  • How does he pretzel himself into that machine, anyway?
  • As she curls up in her chair like a Siamese, I feel my hips press up against the arm rests and wonder where she's finding all that extra space to pretzel her body into feline folds.


Mid 19th century (originally US): from German Pretzel.

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