- muesli:  Etymologically, muesli means ‘little pap’. It is a Swiss-German diminutive form of German mus ‘pulp, purée’. Old English had the cognate mōs, which survived into the 16th century in the compound apple-mose ‘dish made from a purée of stewed apples’.
- muesli (n.)
- breakfast dish of oats, fruit, milk, 1926, from Swiss-German, from Old High German muos "meal, mush-like food," from Proto-Germanic *mod-sa-, from PIE root *mad- "moist, wet," with derivatives referring to various qualities of food (see mast (n.2)).
- 1. He only had a bowl of muesli for breakfast.
- 2. Sift flour into a separate bowl and mix with muesli and sugar.
- 3. Homemade muesli keeps for ages.
- 4. Germans a big breakfast including some bread, jam, cereal with milk like muesli, meats, and cheeses.
- 他们丰盛的早餐包括面包 、 果酱 、 牛奶谷物粥 、 还有肉类和奶酪.
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