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Translation of "food" - English-Spanish dictionary

food

noun /fuːd/
what living things eat comida, alimento Chinese/Indian/French food Horses and cows eat different food from dogs. food stall noun a stall at which food can be bought. tienda de comestibles food chain noun (biology) a series of living things in which each organism is the food of the next member above it in the chain. cadena alimenticia, cadena alimentaria, cadena de alimentación the chain of processes by which food is grown, sold, and consumed. cadena alimenticia, cadena alimentaria, cadena de alimentación (informal) the hierarchy in an organization or group cadena alimenticia, cadena alimentaria, cadena de alimentación the corporate food chain. food processor noun an electric machine that mixes, chops etc food. robot de cocina foodstuff noun a material used for food alimentos, productos alimenticios frozen foodstuffs. food web noun a network of interdependent food chains. cadena alimenticia, cadena alimentària
Translations of “food”
in Arabic طَعام…
in Korean 음식…
in Malaysian makanan…
in French nourriture…
in Turkish yiyecek, besin, gıda…
in Italian cibo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 食物, 食品, (供植物生長的)養料…
in Russian пища, еда…
in Polish jedzenie, żywność, pożywienie…
in Vietnamese lương thực…
in Portuguese comida, alimento…
in Thai อาหาร…
in German das Essen, das Futter…
in Catalan aliments, menjar…
in Japanese 食べ物…
in Indonesian makanan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 食物, 食品, (供植物生长的)养料…
(Definition of food from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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