angel-hair pasta

angel-hair pasta
angel-hair pasta [ān′jəl her΄]
spaghetti made in very fine strands: also called angel's hair

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  • angel-hair pasta — noun also angel hair Etymology: translation of Italian capelli d angelo : pasta made in very thin strings …   Useful english dictionary

  • angel-hair pasta — noun Date: 1983 pasta made in long thin strings smaller in diameter than vermicelli …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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  • angel hair — 1. Also called capelli d angelo. Italian Cookery. a type of very thin pasta. 2. a Christmas tree decoration consisting of long, fine threads of white spun glass. 3. a type of building insulation made of spun glass. Also, angel s hair. * * * …   Universalium

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