Spaghetti meaning

spə-gĕtē
Spaghetti is long strings of pasta.

An example of spaghetti is a pasta dish made of long strings of pasta and tomato sauce.

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Pasta in long, often thick strands.
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A slender tube of insulating material that covers bare wire.
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Pasta in the form of long, thin strings, cooked by boiling or steaming and served with a sauce.
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An insulating tubing somewhat resembling macaroni, used for sheathing a bare wire or several insulated wires.
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A type of pasta made in the shape of long thin strings.
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A dish that has spaghetti as a main part of it, such as spaghetti bolognese.
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Informally, any type of pasta.
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Electrical insulating tubing.
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Anything tangled or confusing.
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A short form of spaghetti code.
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Origin of spaghetti

  • Italian pl. diminutive of spago cord from Late Latin spācum of unknown origin

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • Italian (see Italian etymology below)

    From Wiktionary