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Translation of "meal" - English-Spanish dictionary

meal

noun   /miːl/
A1 an occasion when you sit down to eat food, or the food that you eat at that time comida a three-course meal He plans all his meals for the week. We had a nice meal together.
(Definition of meal from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

meal

noun /miːl/
the food taken at one time comida a three-course meal a hearty meal She eats three meals a day.
meals on wheels noun plural
free meals delivered by car etc to the elderly and the sick. servicio de comidas a domicilio
make a meal of (something)
to take more than the necessary amount of time or trouble over (something) or make (it) seem more complicated than it really is pasarse con algo That player makes a meal of the slightest foul, rolling around as if he’d been shot He really made a meal of that job – it took him four hours!
(Definition of meal from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “meal”
in Korean 식사…
in Arabic وَجْبة…
in Malaysian makanan…
in French repas…
in Russian принятие пищи, еда…
in Chinese (Traditional) 食物, 進餐, 餐,一頓飯…
in Italian pasto…
in Turkish öğün, yemek…
in Polish posiłek…
in Vietnamese bữa ăn…
in Portuguese refeição…
in Thai มื้อ…
in German die Mahlzeit…
in Catalan àpat, menjar…
in Japanese 食事…
in Chinese (Simplified) 食物, 进餐, 餐,一顿饭…
in Indonesian makanan…
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