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diet

noun   /daɪ·ət/
B1 the type of food that someone usually eats dieta His diet isn’t very healthy.
B1 the practice of someone eating a particular type or amount of food for a special reason, such as being sick or wanting to become thinner régimen No cake for me, thanks – I’m on a diet.
verb   /daɪ·ət/
to eat less food so that you become thinner estar a régimen I’ve been dieting for a week, and I still haven’t lost any weight.
(Definition of diet from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

diet

noun /ˈdaiət/
food, especially a course of recommended foods, for losing weight or as treatment for an illness etc dieta, régimen a diet of fish and vegetables a salt-free diet She went on a diet to lose weight.
dietary /ˈdaiətəri, -tri/ adjective
relating to the food which someone eats Dietético dietary advice dietary habits.
dietician /ˌdaiəˈtiʃən/ noun ( dietitian)
an expert on diets and dieting. dietista
(Definition of diet from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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