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Translation of "spoon" - English-Spanish dictionary

spoon

noun /spuːn/
an instrument shaped like a shallow bowl with a handle for lifting food (especially soup or pudding) to the mouth, or for stirring tea, coffee etc
cuchara
a teaspoon/soup-spoon.
a spoonful.
cucharada
spoonful noun the amount held by a spoon
cucharada
three spoonfuls of sugar.
spoon-feed verb ( past tense, past participle spoon-fed) to feed with a spoon
dar de comer con cuchara
The baby has to be spoon-fed.
to teach or treat (a person) in a way that does not allow him to think or act for himself
dar la lección masticada
The students are spoon-fed information.
Translations of “spoon”
in Arabic مِلْعَقة…
in Korean 숟가락, 스푼…
in Malaysian sudu, sudu penuh…
in French cuiller, cuillerée…
in Turkish kaşık…
in Italian cucchiaio…
in Chinese (Traditional) 匙,杓, 調羹, 用作構詞成分…
in Russian ложка…
in Polish łyżka, łyżeczka…
in Vietnamese cái thìa, lượng mà thìa có thể đựng…
in Portuguese colher…
in Thai ช้อน, เต็มช้อน…
in German der Löffel…
in Catalan cullera…
in Japanese スプーン, さじ…
in Indonesian sendok, sesendok…
in Chinese (Simplified) 匙,勺, 调羹, 用作构词成分…
(Definition of spoon from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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