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Translation of "pie" - English-Spanish dictionary

pie

noun /pai/
food baked in a covering of pastry tarta, empanada, pastel a steak/apple pie. pie chart noun a diagram in the form of a circle divided into sections proportional to the sizes of the quantities represented Gráficas de Pastel The pie chart shows the percentage of vehicle types produced worldwide. pie in the sky noun something good promised for the future but which one is not certain or likely to get castillos en el aire He says he will get a well-paid job, but it’s just pie in the sky.
Translations of “pie”
in Arabic فَطيرة…
in Korean 파이…
in Malaysian pai…
in French tarte…
in Turkish börek, tart…
in Italian torta, tortino, pasticcio…
in Chinese (Traditional) 餡餅,派…
in Russian пирог, пирожок…
in Polish placek, zapiekanka…
in Vietnamese bánh nướng…
in Portuguese torta…
in Thai พาย…
in German die Pastete…
in Catalan empanada, pastís…
in Japanese (お菓子の)パイ…
in Indonesian kue…
in Chinese (Simplified) 馅饼…
(Definition of pie from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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