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NOUN   a spoon | spoons
VERB   to spoon | spooned | spooned
spooning | spoons
SYNO spoon | spoonful | to smooch | ...
spoon {noun}kašika {f}
coffee spoon {noun}kašika {f} za kafu
coffee spoon {noun}kašika {f} za kahvu
tea spoon {noun} <tsp. / t.>čajna kašičica {f}
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Usage Examples English
  • A French sauce spoon or saucier spoon is a spoon that is typically the size and shape of a dessert spoon, but with a flattened bowl that has a thinner edge and a small notch on one side.
  • This has created uncertainty to some extent regarding which club won the 1916 wooden spoon: by analogy with the minor and major premierships, it could be said that Fitzroy won the "minor wooden spoon" and Richmond won the "major wooden spoon".
  • He observes a young couple at the next table playing tricks with a spoon.
  • The spoon test, developed in 1964 by Dr. Ernest Bors, relies on assessment of the smooth movement of the convex side of a spoon along the surface of the patient’s skin.
  • Sometimes a much smaller spoon may be used, usually a 2.5 milliliter spoon ("½ small spoon").
  • An iced tea spoon, also called a soda spoon or a latte spoon, is a thin spoon with a very long handle.
  • The bent spoon trophy is a reference to Geller's claimed spoon-bending abilities.
  • Another method uses a metal spoon that has been prepared by repeatedly bending the spoon back and forth, weakening the material.
  • Located in the centre of the bay is Spoon Island, named so as it resembles an overturned spoon.
  • In other uses, a so-called runcible spoon is a fork shaped like a spoon, a spoon shaped fork, a grapefruit spoon (a spoon with serrated edges around the bowl), or a serving-spoon with a slotted bowl.
  • A sequel, "Spoon Vs. Spoon" was later released on YouTube, in which Jack takes on the advice of a viewer to fight back with another spoon.
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Contains translations by TU Chemnitz and Mr Honey's Business Dictionary (German-English only).
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