noodle over

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noodle over

To ponder, consider, or speculate about something. A noun or pronoun can be used between "noodle" and "over." ("Noodle" here is slang for head or brain.) As my mind wandered into daydream, I began noodling over the possibility of giving up my job and moving to Japan. I wanted a day or two to noodle over the deal before I agreed to anything.
See also: noodle, over

noodle over something

Inf. to think about something. Let's noodle over this problem for a bit and discuss it at our next meeting.
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"Last year while discussing the entrepreneurial spirit at Virginia Tech, I jokingly speculated we might one day have quadcopters delivering ramen noodles around campus - apparently I wasn't off by much," Virginia Tech President Tim Sands said in the statement.
Move all the vegetables and noodles vigorously at all times, once everything is hot roll the noodles around a wok fork and place in the centre of a bowl making a nest then arrange the vegetables around the side.
Put the salad ingredients into a bowl and mix together, tossing the noodles around to separate the strands and combine them well with the other ingredients.
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Australians began working on the development of wheat flour for noodles around that time and dispatched technical experts to Japan to study Sanuki udon.