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cookie cutter

n.
A device for cutting flattened cookie dough into shapes before baking.
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Noun1.cookie cutter - a kitchen utensil used to cut a sheet of cookie dough into desired shapes before bakingcookie cutter - a kitchen utensil used to cut a sheet of cookie dough into desired shapes before baking
kitchen utensil - a utensil used in preparing food
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cookie cutter

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n (Cook) → Ausstechform f
adj (fig inf)einfallslos
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It bore four similarly sized wounds or holes on different parts of the body, which the fisheries technician said appeared to have been caused by a cookiecutter shark.
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1996): A stranded melonheaded whale, Peponocephala electra, in southeastern Brazil, with comments on wounds from the cookiecutter shark Isistius brasiliensis.
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