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This is a translation error of wikipedia. If you switch the entry to chinese, it will give you 炸醬麵. https://zh.wikipedia.org/zh-hk/炸醬麵 醡 and 炸 do mean differently as stated by other answers. And I think the two words have been mixed up when they did the simplification on chinese.
There is no expression "好包了". Actually, "好饱了" is also a strange spelling, since we usually use "我吃饱了" to express "I am full".
Actually, "好包了" does not mean "I'm full". You may see "...打好包了..." in the Google hits. It refers to "have made something into a package. If your friend say "这顿饭我包了". That means your friend will get the bill, and you don't pay the bill. You will see "7天包退" on some goods's package, that means "7 days to cancel purchase for non-faulty goods". And ...
not sure about Taiwan, but in Hong Kong, most of the time people just use the word 炸 instead of 醡. I don't think it's anything related to simplified/traditional wording coversion It's simply because 炸 pronounce similar to 醡, and 炸 have way less strokes than 醡. I mean, when you work as a waiter in any kind of food place, you really don't have that kind of ...
醡醬麵 and 炸醬麵 炸醬麵 can work as it means "noodles with fried sauce" 醡醬麵 is "noodles with extracted sauce (e.g. extracting oil)" 炸 fried (火 fire radical + phonetic 乍 zhà) 醡 extract (酉 container + 窄 narrow; from 穴 hole and 乍) Archaic character for 榨 (tool for extraction process. 木 wood used to refer to tools in this case) 醬 sauce 麵 noodles Alternatively, ...
"醡" is not only tradtional spelling but also simplified spelling. So does "炸". "炸" can be used in both tradtional chinese and simplified chinese. "炸酱面", "炸醬麵", "醡酱面" and "醡醬麵" are all right. However, "炸" is used in mainland China, and "醡" is used in Taiwan usually. It seems like that "apartment" is used in the USA and "flat" is used in the Uk. So the view ...
It's just a difference of simplified vs tradtional. Hong Kong and Taiwan tends to stick to tradtional, whereas mainland China uses simplified. Think it is just Wikitionary lacking an entry for it.
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