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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
Translations of “appetizer”
in Korean 에피타이저, 전채…
in Arabic مُقبّلات…
in Portuguese entrada, antepasto…
in Catalan aperitiu…
in Japanese 前菜…
in Italian antipasto…
in Russian закуска…
in Turkish iştah açıcı…
in Chinese (Simplified) (餐前的)开胃小吃, (一顿饭的)第一道菜,前菜…
in Polish przystawka, zakąska…
(Definition of appetizer from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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