Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Pasta"

The meaning of "Pasta" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does " over pasta and meatballs"
in
"They owe their lifelong love of science and critical thinking to their father who, over pasta and meatballs, inspired the conversations that became this book." mean?
A: From my understanding, it means that they were having a conversation whilst eating pasta and meatballs. It's similar to this one https://hinative.com/en-US/questions/13207332
Q: What does pasta bar mean?
A: It’s a counter/table that has deferent types of pasta to choose from.
Q: What does I like pasta mean?
A: tradução:
"Eu gosto de macarrão"
Q: What does pasta mean?
A: Something like Spaghetti,Lasagna,Macaroni...those are called pasta
Q: What does "This pasta was poppin'. " mean?
A: It’s slang for “it was very good”

Example sentences using "Pasta"

Q: Please show me example sentences with
Could you correct it

If you asked who invented pasta , you'd get a different answer every time . Some say the Chinese invented it . Others say the Arabs did . These days , though , pasta is associated with one country .
A: That’s correct

Synonyms of "Pasta" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between pasta and macaroni ?
A: Macaroni is a specific type of Pasta.
Q: What is the difference between pasta and noodle and spaghetti ?
A: “Pasta” usually is a reference to the varieties of food made from
unleavened dough that originated in Italy. So “spaghetti” is a type of pasta. But pasta can come in a wide range of shapes, it doesn’t have to be strips or strings

“Noodle” tends to be a more general term for the food made from unleavened dough that is cut into strips or strings. So there is some overlap between “pasta” and “noodle,” it’s just that when we’re referring to something that originated from Italy, we usually call it “pasta” instead of “noodle.”
Q: What is the difference between I don't really want to eat pasta. and I really don't  want to eat pasta. ?
A: "I don't really want to eat pasta" means, at the moment, you prefer not to eat it (but maybe later you will like it).

"I really don't want to eat pasta" means that you strongly emphasise that you don't want it (and maybe you never will).
Q: What is the difference between pasta and noodles ?
A: Noodles is a generic term for one of the shapes pasta is formed. Noodles are long strands of posta like spaghetti, linguine, and the other pastas below spaghetti in the picture.
Q: What is the difference between pasta and spaghetti ?
A: Some types of pasta

Translations of "Pasta"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? pasta frolla
A: Shortcrust pastry.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? How can say "pasta de dente" in English?
A: Toothpaste
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? pasta alla carbonara
A: Pasta carbonara.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? pasta de amendoim
A: peanut butter
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? pasta de dente
A: It is "toothpaste"

Other questions about "Pasta"

Q: I eat pasta yet. does this sound natural?
A: パスタを食べます= I will eat pasta,
まだ食べていない = I did not eat yet
Q:
I made it pasta dough from the flour with
pasta machine and home made tomato sauce
make it so delicious does this sound natural?
A: "from scratch" means you made it, and did not buy it premade. It is a common expression.
Q: I made a pasta with the leftover vegetables for breakfast does this sound natural?
A: “I made pasta with (the) leftover vegetables for breakfast.”

Just omit “a” because pasta is a collective noun 🙂
Q: I ate pasta today.
ナポリタン(Neapolitan) is Japanese original spaghetti. It was made into an image of Naples by Japanese in the postwar. So, most Neapolitan don't know Japanese Nepolitan spaghetti. The taste is cheep but at home. I want to eat it over and over. You can eat it in most Japanese 喫茶店. does this sound natural?
A: I ate pasta today.
ナポリタン(Neapolitan) is Japanese original spaghetti. It was made into an idea of Naples by postwar Japanese. So, most Neapolitans don't know Japanese Neapolitan spaghetti. The taste is cheap but homely. I want to eat it over and over. You can eat it in most Japanese cafés.
Q: I just put it near the pasta to let you find it easily. does this sound natural?
A: I put it near the pasta so that you can find it easily.

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