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mues·li

 (myo͞oz′lē)
n.
A mixture of usually untoasted rolled oats and dried fruit, often used as a breakfast cereal.

[German dialectal, diminutive of German Mus, mash, from Middle High German muos, a meal, mushlike food, from Old High German.]
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muesli

(ˈmjuːzlɪ)
n
(Cookery) a mixture of rolled oats, nuts, fruit, etc, eaten with milk
[Swiss German, from German Mus mush, purée + -li, diminutive suffix]
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mues•li

(ˈmyus li, ˈmyuz-)
n.
a breakfast cereal similar to granola, usu. consisting of rolled oats and dried fruit.
[1935–40; < dial. German]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.muesli - mixture of untoasted dry cereals and fruits
breakfast food - any food (especially cereal) usually served for breakfast
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Translations
müsli
mysli
mysli
muesli
müzli
ミューズリー
뮤즐리
müsli
อาหารที่ประกอบด้วยธัญพืชถั่วและผลไม้แห้ง
yến mạch ép trộn hạt và quả khô

muesli

[ˈmjuːzlɪ] Nmuesli m
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muesli

[ˈmjuːzli] nmuesli m
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muesli

nMüsli nt, → Müesli nt (Sw)
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muesli

[ˈmjuːzlɪ] nmüsli msg
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995

muesli

حُبُوبُ الْـمِيوَسْلِي müsli mysli Müsli μούσλι muesli mysli muesli muesli muesli ミューズリー 뮤즐리 muesli müsli musli muesli, musli мюсли müsli อาหารที่ประกอบด้วยธัญพืชถั่วและผลไม้แห้ง müsli yến mạch ép trộn hạt và quả khô 牛奶什锦早餐
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This excessive amount is said to be hidden in everyday foods such as breakfast cereal, yoghurt, muesli bars and fruit juice.
PETS at Home in Loughborough supported Rabbit Awareness Week (June 2-10) by continuing its ban on selling rabbit muesli, an initiative that has been in place since April 2013.
Ian Szalinski first discovered muesli while at a snowboarding competition in Switzerland.
They have ricotta pancakes at Sh650 and that comes with banana and organic honey.One of my favourites is the bircher muesli for which they soak the muesli in yoghurt with apple, raisins and honey, and at S50, sometimes I go through two bowls of that in a morning.
Add some muesli, bread, chicken fillets, fish and jam, and you can have a tastier and more varied diet for less than [euro]2.30 a day.
Rochester, NY, August 06, 2017 --(PR.com)-- Evoke Healthy Foods has donated its muesli to Foodlink in Rochester, NY and Food bank of WNY, with 7,000 bags to each.
Dubai entrepreneur Bassel Kabbabe and his pharmacist wife Karen have always been long-time muesli fans.