meal noun (FOOD) translate to Traditional Chinese
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meal

noun [C] (FOOD)
食物
 
 
/mɪəl/
an occasion when food is eaten, or the food which is eaten on such an occasion
進餐;餐,一頓飯
a hot meal
一頓熱飯
a three-course meal
有三道菜的一餐
a heavy (= large) meal
豐盛的一餐
a light (= small) meal
簡單的一頓飯
I have my main meal at midday.
我一天的正餐是在中午。
You must come round for a meal sometime.
你有空一定要過來吃頓飯。
Meals and parts of meals
Translations of “meal”
in Arabic وَجْبة…
in Korean 식사…
in Malaysian makanan…
in French repas…
in Turkish öğün, yemek…
in Italian pasto…
in Russian принятие пищи, еда…
in Polish posiłek…
in Vietnamese bữa ăn…
in Spanish comida…
in Portuguese refeição…
in Thai มื้อ…
in German die Mahlzeit…
in Catalan àpat, menjar…
in Japanese 食事…
in Indonesian makanan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 食物, 进餐, 餐,一顿饭…
(Definition of meal noun (FOOD) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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