tagliatelle

[tahl-yuh-tel-ee, Italian tah-lyah-tel-le]
noun
egg noodles cut in long, flat pieces.

Origin:
< Italian: flat noodles, equivalent to tagliat- (past participle stem of tagliare to cut < Late Latin tāliāre; see tailor1) + -elle, plural of -ella -elle

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tagliatelle (ˌtæljəˈtɛlɪ)
 
n
a form of pasta made in narrow strips
 
[Italian, from tagliare to cut]

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