Definition of noodle
1. A string or strip of pasta.
She slurped a long noodle up out of her soup.
2. A person with poor judgement; a fool.
3. The brain, the head.
4. A pool noodle.
5. To think or ponder.
He noodled over the problem for a day or two before making a decision.
"Noodle that thought around for a while" said Dr. Johnson to his Biblical Interpretations class
6. To fiddle, play with, or mess around.
If the machine is really broken, noodling with the knobs is not going to fix it.
7. To improvise music.
He has been noodling with that trumpet all afternoon, and every bit of it sounds awful.
8. To fish (usually for very large catfish) without any equipment other than the fisherman's own body
Fred had several lacerations on his hands from noodling for flathead in the river.
9. To fossick, especially for opals.
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English - English - noodlen. piece of pasta; stupid person; head (Slang)
English - Spanish - noodles. fideo, tallarín
English - French - noodlen. nouille, idiot; tête (argot)
English - German - noodlen. Nudel; Dummer (Slang)
English - Italian - noodles. (sl) testa, (fam) capoccia, (scherz) zucca; sciocco, sempliciotto
English - Portuguese - noodles. bobo, simplório; cabeça (gíria)
English - Russian - noodleг. лапша
с. дурень, олух, простак, балда; башка, голова [сл.]
English - Turkish - noodlei. erişte, şehriye, budala, kafa, saksı
English - Dutch - noodlezn. vermicelli, mie, sul, uilskuiken, lomperd, meelbal, knoedel
English - Greek - noodleουσ. μανέστρα, φιδές, κεφαλή, βλάκας
English - Chinese - noodle(名) 面条#傻瓜; 脑袋
English - Chinese - noodle(名) 麵條#傻瓜; 腦袋
English - Japanese - noodle(名) ヌードル; ばか; 頭
(動) 麺, 麪類, 麺類, 饂飩
English - Korean - noodle동. 면류
명. 국수; 바보; 머리 (속어)
Popular terms#essential #haiku #sexual assault #gravely #sunni #evocation #serpent #hydra #allograft #quint
Verb forms for noodlePresent participle: noodling
Present: noodle (3.person: noodles)
Future: will noodle
Present conditional: would noodle
Present Perfect: have noodled (3.person: has noodled)
Past Perfect: had noodled
Future Perfect: will have noodled
Past conditional: would have noodled