1. A dough that contains a considerable proportion of fat and is used for pastry crust or fancy rolls
2. A confection made by evaporating fruit with sugar or by flavoring a gelatin, starch, or gum arabic preparation
3. A smooth food product made by evaporation or grinding
4. A shaped dough (as spaghetti or ravioli) prepared from semolina, farina, or wheat flour
ETYM Old Fren. paste, French pâte, Latin pasta. Related to Pasty, Patty.
1. An adhesive made from water and flour or starch; used on paper and paperboard; SYN. library paste.
2. Any mixture of a soft and malleable consistency.
1. To cover the surface of
2. To hit with the fists
To insert text or a graphic that has been cut or copied from one document into a different location in the same or a different document. See also cut, cut and paste.