meatball

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meat·ball

 (mēt′bôl′)
n.
1. A small ball of ground meat variously seasoned and cooked.
2. Slang A stupid, clumsy, or dull person.
3. Slang A pitch in baseball that is easy to hit.

meatball

(ˈmiːtˌbɔːl)
n
1. (Cookery) minced beef, shaped into a ball before cooking
2. slang US and Canadian a stupid or boring person

meat•ball

(ˈmitˌbɔl)

n.
1. a small ball of seasoned ground meat.
2. Slang. a clumsy or ineffectual person.
[1830–40]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.meatball - ground meat formed into a ball and fried or simmered in brothmeatball - ground meat formed into a ball and fried or simmered in broth
dish - a particular item of prepared food; "she prepared a special dish for dinner"
porcupine ball, porcupines - meat patties rolled in rice and simmered in a tomato sauce
Swedish meatball - meatballs simmered in stock

meatball

noun
Slang. A large, ungainly, and dull-witted person:
Informal: lummox.
Slang: klutz, lug, meathead.
Translations
masová kulička
kødbolle
lihapullalihapyörykkä
okruglica od mesa
kjötbolla
ミートボール
미트볼
köttbulle
ลูกชิ้น
thịt băm viên

meatball

[ˈmiːtˈbɔːl] Nalbóndiga f

meatball

[ˈmiːtbɔːl] nboulette f de viandemeat-eater meat eater [ˈmiːtiːtər] n
(= animal) → carnivore m
(= person) → mangeur/euse m/f de viandemeat grinder n (US)hachoir mmeat hook ncrochet m de boucheriemeat loaf meatloaf [ˈmiːtləʊf] npain m de viandemeat pie ntourte f à la viandemeat products nplproduits mpl carnés

meatball

[ˈmiːtˌbɔːl] npolpetta di carne

meatball

كُرَةُ لَـحْمٍ masová kulička kødbolle Fleischkloß κεφτές albóndiga lihapulla boulette de viande okruglica od mesa polpetta ミートボール 미트볼 gehaktbal kjøttbolle klopsik almôndega фрикаделька köttbulle ลูกชิ้น köfte thịt băm viên 肉丸子
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Here, visitors can enjoy various meals and beverages offered by tenants such as Bakmi GM, Es Teler 77, Bale Lombok, CC Box, Bakmi Gang Kelinci, JI EXPO Cafe, Shihlin Taiwan Street Snack, Ayam Goreng & Pempek Pak Ndut, Mie Kocok Marika, Ayam Goreng Ludes, Zahra Turkish Ice Cream, Nasi Goreng Senayan, Soto Daging Madura, Soto Ayam Ambengan, Sate Ayam Bu Sri, Bakso Malang, Kantin Surabaya, Kantin Bu Pur, and Siomay Bandung.
Pakistanis were said to enjoy number of Indonesian cuisine, during the festival, as Sate Ayam (chicken Satay), Sate Kambing (Mutton Satay), Gado-Gado (Indonesian Salad of boiled mixed vegetables served with a peanut sauce), Bakso (meat ball soup), Nasi Goreng (fried rice), Rendang (dry braised beef) and Mie Goreng (fried noodles).
With dishes such as char kwey teow beef, fried hokkien mee or Singapore vermicelli noodles as part of the wok fried noodle section; to noodle soups such as the newly introduced katong laksa from Singapore, bakso or a roast duck wonton soup, diners will have a plethora of different flavours and tastes inspired by the hawker stalls and street vendors of South East Asia.