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buffet

noun [C] uk   /ˈbʊf.eɪ/  us   /bəˈfeɪ/
a meal where people serve themselves different types of food: Are you having a sit-down meal or a buffet at the wedding? UK a restaurant in a station, where food and drinks can be bought and eaten

buffet

verb [T] uk   us   /ˈbʌf.ɪt/
(of wind, rain, etc.) to hit something repeatedly and with great force: The little boat was buffeted mercilessly by the waves.
Traducciones de “buffet”
en árabe بوفيه…
en coreano 뷔페…
in Malaysian pukulan…
en francés claque…
en turco açık büfe…
en italiano rinfresco, buffet…
en chino (tradicionál) 自助餐, (車站的)餐館,速食部…
en ruso шведский стол…
en polaco bufet…
in Vietnamese cú đấm…
en español bofetada…
en portugués bufê…
in Thai การตีด้วยมือหรือต่อย…
en alemán der Faustschlag…
en catalán bufet…
en japonés ビュッフェ…
in Indonesian pukulan…
en chino (simplificado) 自助餐, (车站的)餐馆,快餐部…
(Definition of buffet from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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