soup spoon


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Noun1.soup spoon - a spoon with a rounded bowl for eating soupsoup spoon - a spoon with a rounded bowl for eating soup
spoon - a piece of cutlery with a shallow bowl-shaped container and a handle; used to stir or serve or take up food
Translations

soup spoon

ncucchiaio da minestra
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I poured some black vinegar and finely shredded ginger, put that baby in my soup spoon and took it in.
Nicholas Hyett, analyst at brokers Hargreaves Lansdown, said: "Carillion looks like it's trying to bail out a supertanker with a soup spoon.
But analyst Nicholas Hyett said: "Carillion look like they are trying to bail out a supertanker with a soup spoon.
On July 28, 1978, already serving life for double murder, Maudsley made a knife from a soup spoon and plunged it into the head of fellow inmate Salney Darwood, 46, in Wakefield jail, before garrotting him.
Some circles in Turkey view the North Caucasus region of Russia as being akin to a soup spoon with which Russia can be "stirred up.
He was at the top table, the youngest person by at least 20 years, a nervous wreck struggling to put a soup spoon to mouth as his hands were shaking.
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Still, not one person put down that soup spoon and kept at it with beads of sweat dripping from their foreheads.
Research shows that consumers use the place fork, place knife and teaspoon frequently but rarely reach for the soup spoon or the dessert fork, which are the pieces that make up the standard five-piece place setting.
Soup spoon should be half thumb distance from the edge of the table.
When we were getting married, Paul's father offered us a soup spoon, saying it was the only thing they had left from Minkowitz.
There was a copious amount of soup in a very large bowl, which forced us to ask for an empty bowl and soup spoon so we could share.