Unleavened dough, made of wheat flour, water, and sometimes eggs, that is molded into any of a variety of shapes and boiled. (noun)
A prepared dish containing pasta as its main ingredient. (noun)
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Use "pasta" in a sentence
"Tonight I will: eat something delicious. * pasta pasta pasta*"
"The basic meaning of the word pasta today is nothing more specific than “paste.”"
"Laura said ... noble pig: the word pasta is for grown-ups, of course -- anything served at lunch to the girls in this house is a noodle."