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41 words found containing '麺' in any position
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Most common form: めん
noun
1. noodles
2. flour  (archaic)
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noun
noodles; vermicelli
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Most common form: ラーメン
noun
ramen; Chinese-style noodles  (often written with kana only; originally from Chinese 'lamian')
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Most common form: タンメン
noun
Chinese-style stir-fried vegetable noodle soup  (food term; often written with kana only; originally from Chinese 'tang mian')
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noun
flat noodles; ribbon pasta (fettucine, etc.)
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noun
slender noodles
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noun
cold Chinese noodles accompanied by soup for dipping  (food term)
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Most common form: 棊子麺
noun
noodles made in flat strips  (food term; often written with kana only)
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noun
bamboo shoots boiled, sliced, fermented, dried or preserved in salt, then soaked in hot water and sea salt  (see also: 支那竹; often written with kana only; originally from Chinese 'mianma')
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noun
Szechuan dish of noodles covered with a sauce of sesame paste and chili oil  (originally from Chinese 'dan dan mian')
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