Mandolin

Noun

  • (music) A stringed instrument and a member of the lute family, having eight strings in four courses, frequently tuned as a violin, and with either a bowl-shaped back or a flat back.
  • (military) An RAF World War II code name for patrols to attack enemy railway transport and other ground targets.
  • A kitchen tool used for slicing vegetables (usually spelled mandoline).

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