kringla

kringla
substantiv
1. kringle (brød, boller, kager og lign.)

Bagaren nere på hörnet är duktig på att baka släta bullar, fyllda bullar, kringlor och semlor,

Bageren nede på hjørnet er god til at bage almindelige boller, fyldte boller, kringler og fastelavnsboller
2. også om genstande med en kringlelign. form (fx rund ring (sv. truga eller tryga) forneden på en skistav)

Svensk-dansk ordbog. 2014.

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