[leyd-l] /ˈleɪd l/
a long-handled utensil with a cup-shaped bowl for dipping or conveying liquids.
Metallurgy. a bucketlike, refractory-lined container for transferring molten metal.
verb (used with object), ladled, ladling.
to dip or convey with or as if with a ladle:
to ladle soup into bowls.
a long-handled spoon having a deep bowl for serving or transferring liquids: a soup ladle
a large bucket-shaped container for transferring molten metal
(transitive) to lift or serve out with or as if with a ladle
“large, long-handled spoon for drawing liquids,” Old English hlædel “ladle,” from hladan “to load” (see lade) + -le, suffix expressing “appliance, tool” (cf. shovel, handle, thimble). The verb is first recorded 1520s, from the noun. Related: Ladled; ladling.
- Lad lit
- Lad mag
noun 1. a magazine aimed at or appealing to men, focusing on fashion, gadgets, and often featuring scantily dressed women
[leyd-n] /ˈleɪd n/ noun, Classical Mythology. 1. a dragon having 100 heads and guarding the garden of the Hesperides: killed by Hercules.
[lah-duh-guh] /ˈlɑ də gə/ noun 1. Lake, a lake in the NW Russian Federation in Europe, NE of St. Petersburg: largest lake in Europe. 7000 sq. mi. (18,000 sq. km). /Russian ˈladəɡə/ noun 1. Lake Ladoga, a lake in NW Russia, in the SW Karelian Republic: the largest lake in Europe; drains through the River […]