bucatini

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EtymologyEdit

From Italian bucatini, diminutive of buco (hole).

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bucatini (uncountable)

  1. A thicker form of spaghetti with a hole running through it.
    Synonym: perciatelli
    • 2012, Nancy Harmon Jenkins, The New Mediterranean Diet Cookbook, Random House Publishing Group, →ISBN, page 197:
      You could make this with spaghetti or linguine or other types of long skinny pasta, but bucatini are what's used in Rome.

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bucatini m

  1. plural of bucatino

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NounEdit

bucatini m (plural bucatinis)

  1. bucatini