In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(ganas de comer)appetiteno tengo apetito — I don't feel / I'm not hungry
- tiene muy buen apetito — he eats well
- comió muy bien, con mucho apetito — he ate well, with great relish
- esta caminata me ha abierto el apetito — this walk has given me an appetite
- se me ha ido / quitado el apetito — I've lost my appetite
2apetitos masculine plural
literario(instintos)instinctslos apetitos y goces de la carne — the desires and pleasures of the flesh literario
- la satisfacción de los más bajos apetitos — the satisfaction of one's basest instincts
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