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linguine

noun lin·gui·ne \liŋ-ˈgwē-nē\

: a type of pasta that is long, thin, and flat

Full Definition of LINGUINE

:  narrow flat pasta

Variants of LINGUINE

lin·gui·ne or lin·gui·ni \liŋ-ˈgwē-nē\

Origin of LINGUINE

Italian, plural of linguina, diminutive of lingua tongue, from Latin
First Known Use: circa 1948

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