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gnoc·chi

 (nyō′kē, nyŏk′ē)
pl.n.
Dumplings made of flour, semolina, or potatoes, boiled or baked and served with grated cheese or a sauce.

[Italian, pl. of gnocco, from dialectal Italian (Venetian); akin to Italian nocca, knuckle, of Germanic origin; akin to Middle High German knoche, bone and Middle English knokel, knuckle.]
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gnocchi

(ˈnɒkɪ; ɡəˈnɒkɪ; ˈɡnɒkɪ)
pl n
(Cookery) dumplings made of pieces of semolina pasta, or sometimes potato, used to garnish soup or served alone with sauce
[Italian, plural of gnocco lump, probably of Germanic origin; compare Middle High German knoche bone]
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gnoc•chi

(ˈnɒk i, ˈnyɒk i, ˈnoʊ ki, ˈnyoʊ-)

n. (used with a sing. or pl. v.)
small Italian dumplings made from potatoes, semolina, flour, or a combination of these.
[1890–95; < Italian]
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gnocchi

Dumplings made from semolina paste, potatoes or choux pastry.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.gnocchi - (Italian) a small dumpling made of potato or flour or semolina that is boiled or baked and is usually served with a sauce or with grated cheese
dumpling, dumplings - small balls or strips of boiled or steamed dough
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Translations

gnocchi

[ˈnɒkɪ] NPLñoquis mpl
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gnocchi

[ˈnɒki ˈnjɒki] nplgnocchis mpl
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gnocchi

plGnocchi pl
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In Da Vittorio, we have an amazing 'fake chestnut' - it looks just like the real thing but is really a ball of melt-in-the-mouth venison mousse - as well as a single gnocco with truffle, followed by panettone.
Enrico and Roberto Cerea's Caramella Di Gambero and Gnocco Di Fonduta Al Tartufo-The Cerea brothers, who run Da Vittorio, a 3-Michelin Star restaurant in Lombardy, Italy, have brought their brand of Italian fare at Fratelli Trattoria and Pizzeria in Resorts World Sentosa.
1-15 Rossini, (Inv.: 801; Bellini, 37551-37564) Mercadante, Ricci, Meyerbeer, Donizetti, Gnocco. Contents: Giovanni Pacini.
We also sampled some Gnocco fritto served with 'Nduja di Spilinga' (BD5.800++), fabulously fried bread with a spreadable sausage.
At the party our friend organizes every year at the onset of summer, we eat sliced meats and fried gnocco.
Try the totally authentic gnocco fritto (fried strips of bread dough, Modena style) with prosciutto ($15) at Cantina Toscana.
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For metallic-colouredbags,Shizue and Dollargrand will definitely have something to please everyone.Shizue's gold Gnocco bag (pounds 430 -020 7491 3322) will suit those with more lavish tastes, while Dollargrand's silver clutch costs pounds 119 (0207 384 2662).