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Translation of "picnic" - English-Spanish dictionary

picnic

noun   /ˈpɪk·nɪk/
A1 food that you take from your home to eat outside comida al aire libre We’re going to have a picnic down by the lake.
verb   /ˈpɪk·nɪk/ ( present participle picnicking, past tense and past participle picnicked)
to take food from your home to eat outside comer al aire libre
(Definition of picnic from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

picnic

noun /ˈpiknik/
a very informal meal eaten in the open air, usually as part of a trip, outing etc picnic, jira campestre, merienda campestre We’ll go to the seaside and take a picnic Let’s go for a picnic! (also adjective) a picnic lunch.
(Definition of picnic from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “picnic”
in Korean 소풍…
in Arabic نُزْهة…
in Malaysian perkelahan…
in French pique-nique…
in Russian пикник…
in Chinese (Traditional) 野餐, 供野餐吃的食物…
in Italian picnic…
in Turkish piknik…
in Polish piknik…
in Vietnamese cuộc đi chơi…
in Portuguese piquenique…
in Thai การไปปิกนิก…
in German das Picknick, Picknick-……
in Catalan pícnic…
in Japanese ピクニック, 遠足…
in Chinese (Simplified) 野餐, 供野餐吃的食品…
in Indonesian piknik…
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