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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “appetizer”

appetizer

noun [C] (UK usually appetiser)
 
 
/ˈæp.ɪ.taɪ.zər/ US  /-zɚ/
a small amount of food eaten before a meal
(餐前的)開胃小吃
At 6:30, everyone gathered for drinks and appetizers in the lounge.
6點30分,大家聚在休息室中喝飲料,吃小吃。
Meals and parts of meals
mainly US the first part of a meal
(一頓飯的)第一道菜,前菜
The average cost of a full three-course meal - appetizer, main course and dessert - including tip and a modest wine is about $45.
一頓包括前菜、主菜和甜點三部分的全份西餐——包括小費和一瓶普通葡萄酒——一般要花45美元左右。
Meals and parts of meals
(Definition of appetizer from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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