listen to the pronunciation of noodle
الإنجليزية - التركية
(Eczacılık) Kesme makarna
{i} şehriye

Senin burnunda bir şehriye var. - You have a noodle on your nose.

Ramen, Çin kökenli bir buğday şehriyesidir. - Ramen is a wheat noodle of Chinese origin.

şerit halindeki makarna
{i} saksı
{i} budala
{i} kafa
budala veya sersem kimse
{i} erişte

Dana etli Çin eriştesi sever misin? - Do you like noodles with beef?

Gece yarısı aperatifi için anlık erişte yedim. - I had instant noodles as a midnight snack.

{i} k.dili. kafa
noodle soup
Erişteli çorba
(Gıda) erişte

Tom bir kase çabuk hazırlanan erişte yedi. - Tom ate a bowl of instant noodles.

Gece yarısı aperatifi için anlık erişte yedim. - I had instant noodles as a midnight snack.

(Gıda) tel şehriye
pot noodle
pot şehriye
use your noodle
Saksıyı çalıştır. / Beynini kullan
rubbed noodle soup
(Gıda) oğmaç çorbası
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
To think or ponder

Noodle that thought around for a while said Dr. Johnson to his Biblical Interpretations class.

A string or strip of pasta, especially as used in Chinese food

Although spaghetti is considered to be Italian, Marco Polo brought the noodle back from the Far East.

To fish (usually for very large catfish) without any equipment other than the fisherman's own body

Fred had several lacerations on his hands from noodling for flathead in the river.

To fiddle, play with, or mess around

If the machine is really broken, noodling with the knobs is not going to fix it.

A person with poor judgement; a fool

Nothing that a Noodle does, can awaken surprise or indignation; the proceedings of a Noodle can only inspire contempt.

The brain
To improvise music

He has been noodling with that trumpet all afternoon, and every bit of it sounds awful.

To fossick, especially for opals

We learn how Lennon used to noodle (fossick) for opal as a kid, how camels were for a long time the only form of transportation, and where the name 'Coober Pedy' came from.

A simpleton; a blockhead; a stupid person; a ninny
A pasta made of flour, water, and egg yolks (Macaroni and spaghetti don't use egg yolks ) Noodles come in a wide variety of shapes and are used all around the world
To ride at a relatively slow, easy pace
informal terms for a human head
A curved piece of tubing commonly used to lead the brake cable around a right-angle bend where it attaches to a direct-pull cantilever brake, such as a Shimano V-brake ® Most direct-pull brakes come with alternate noodles to accommodate left-front or right-front setup *******
Any of a variety of thin strips of pasta made from flour, water, and sometimes egg In Japan, noodles are consumed winter or summer, hot in broth or cold in dipping sauce There are four main branches in the Japanese noodle family Soba, which translates as "nearness," is a thin noodle made from buckwheat flour, good hot or cold Chubby udon, made from wheat flour, is usually served hot, with tempura Hiyamugi is a medium-thickness wheat noodle; usually eat cold, served on a bed of ice, with fishcakes and chopped boiled eggs Somen, a very thin wheat noodle is also served cold with a dipping sauce, often with green shiso leaves, ginger and toasted sesame seeds In Japan, it's considered to be very good form to loudly slurp your noodles It's a way of telling your host you approve of the cooking
a ribbonlike strip of pasta
A thin strip of dough, made with eggs, rolled up, cut into small pieces, and used in soup
Noodles are long, thin, curly strips of pasta. They are used especially in Chinese and Italian cooking. a long thin piece of food made from a mixture of flour, water, and eggs, usually cooked in soup or boiling water (nudel)
{i} piece of pasta; stupid person; head (Slang)
noodle pie
savory pie made with noodles
brake noodle
A rigid or stiffly flexible sheath used on some bicycles to turn a brake cable neatly around a corner
instant noodle
A mass of dried precooked noodles fused with oil, usually eaten after being soaked in boiling water for 3 to 5 minutes
The practice and sport of noodling (fishing for catfish using the bare hands)
Present participle of noodle
Musical improvisation

Unlike Basie's increasingly repetitious piano noodlings, Young's melodic gestures had a way of staying fresh and inventive.

pool noodle
A long, slender tube or rod, extruded from buoyant foam and usually brightly colored, used as a toy in swimming pools
rice noodle
a noodle made of rice (usually from rice flour)
Pot Noodle
a dish sold in the UK, consisting of dried pasta, meat, and vegetables. You mix it with boiling water and it is ready to eat almost immediately
cellophane noodle
A thin transparent noodle. Also called glass noodle
egg noodle
narrow strip of pasta dough made with eggs
BEAN THREAD: Also known as cellophane noodles Made from mung bean flour, then dried to resemble stiff nylon fishing line Soak in warm water for 20 minutes before using in stir-fried dishes or soups, or deep-fry and use as a crunchy garnish DRIED: Wheat flour noodles that have been dried; usedin soups or stir-fried dishes FRESH: Also known as "mein" Wheat flour noodles, often containing egg, found in various thicknesses in plastic bags Refrigerate for up to 5 days or freeze RICE STICK: Also known as "mai fun" or rice sticks Made from rice flour, these noodles are more brittle than bean thread noodles
Plural of noodle
Thin strips made of flour, with or without eggs, and dried Like macaroni, noodles are cooked in fast boiling water, drained, and then fried if desired
Flat ribbon pasta made from flour, water and egg
a type of pasta made from flour
The practice and sport of fishing for catfish using the bare hands