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oat·meal

 (ōt′mēl′)
n.
1. Meal that is made from oats; rolled or ground oats.
2. A porridge that is made from rolled or ground oats.

oatmeal

(ˈəʊtˌmiːl)
n
1. (Cookery) meal ground from oats, used for making porridge, oatcakes, etc
2. (Colours)
a. a greyish-yellow colour
b. (as adjective): an oatmeal coat.

oat•meal

(ˈoʊtˌmil, -ˈmil)

n.
1. meal made from ground or rolled oats.
2. a cooked breakfast food made from this.
[1350–1400]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.oatmeal - porridge made of rolled oatsoatmeal - porridge made of rolled oats  
porridge - soft food made by boiling oatmeal or other meal or legumes in water or milk until thick
2.oatmeal - meal made from rolled or ground oatsoatmeal - meal made from rolled or ground oats
meal - coarsely ground foodstuff; especially seeds of various cereal grasses or pulse
porridge - soft food made by boiling oatmeal or other meal or legumes in water or milk until thick
Translations
ovesná kašeovesná mouka
grødhavregryn
kaurajauhotpuuro
wzobeno brašno
オートミールポリッジ
오트밀포리지
gröthavremjöl
ข้าวโอ๊ตบดหยาบๆอาหารเช้าที่ทำจากข้าวโอ๊ตที่ใส่น้ำหรือนม
bột yến mạchcháo

oatmeal

[ˈəʊtmiːl]
A. Nharina f de avena
B. ADJ [colour] → (color) avena adj inv

oatmeal

[ˈəʊtmiːl]
n
(= ingredient) → farine f d'avoine
(US) (= porridge) → flocons mpl d'avoine
(= colour) → écru m
in oatmeal → en écru
adj
(= colour) → écru(e)
(= made with oatmeal) → à la farine d'avoine

oatmeal

n no plHaferschrot m, → Hafermehl nt
adj
biscuits, breadaus Hafermehl
colour, dresshellbeige

oatmeal

[ˈəʊtmiːl]
2. adj (colour) → beige inv

oatmeal

شَوَفَانُ مَدْقُوق, عَصِيدَة ovesná kaše, ovesná mouka grød, havregryn Haferbrei, Haferschrot κουάκερ, πόριτζ gachas, harina de avena, mazamorra kaurajauhot, puuro flocons d’avoine w, zobeno brašno fiocchi d’avena, porridge オートミール, ポリッジ 오트밀, 포리지 havermout, havermoutpap grøt, havregryn kasza owsiana, mąka owsiana farinha de aveia, mingau, papa овсяная каша, овсянка gröt, havremjöl ข้าวโอ๊ตบดหยาบๆ, อาหารเช้าที่ทำจากข้าวโอ๊ตที่ใส่น้ำหรือนม yulaf ezmesi bột yến mạch, cháo 燕麦片, 麦片粥

oatmeal

n. harina de avena.

oatmeal

n avena
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