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Translation of "appetite" - English-Spanish dictionary

appetite

noun /ˈӕpitait/
a desire for food apetito Exercise gives you a good appetite.
appetizer noun
(especially American) something eaten or drunk before or at the beginning of a meal in order to increase the appetite aperitivo, tapa They ate smoked salmon as an appetizer.
appetizing adjective
which increases the appetite apetitoso the appetizing smell of freshly baked bread.
Translations of “appetite”
in Arabic شَهِيّة…
in Korean 식욕…
in Malaysian selera…
in French appétit…
in Turkish iştah…
in Italian appetito…
in Chinese (Traditional) 食物, 食慾,胃口…
in Russian аппетит…
in Polish apetyt…
in Vietnamese sự ngon miệng…
in Portuguese apetite…
in Thai ความอยากอาหาร…
in German der Appetit…
in Catalan gana…
in Japanese 食欲…
in Indonesian selera…
in Chinese (Simplified) 食物, 食欲,胃口…
(Definition of appetite from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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