There are 2 main translations of buffet in Spanish

: buffet1buffet2

buffet1

buffet, n.

Pronunciation /ˈbʊfeɪ//bəˈfeɪ//ˈbʌfeɪ/

noun

  • 1

    (meal)
    buffet masculine
    cold buffet buffet frío
    • before noun buffet lunch almuerzo bufé
    • buffet meal comida bufé
    • buffet supper cena bufé
    • This buffet meal of cold and hot hors d' oeuvres often includes various forms of herring, meats, cheeses, and vegetables.
    • Following the concert, guests moved into the dining room for a bountiful buffet of superb Norwegian specialties.
    • The evening buffet features the particular dishes from the selected province, plus fare from other areas.
    • This country style sideboard gives you just the space you need space to store extra dishes, plates and platters, plus room to layout a sumptuous buffet.
    • Adding to the authenticity of the occasion will be a buffet dinner to serve as the wedding reception.
    • That is always assuming that they can fit it all in after having been served up a full buffet breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea and home-made cakes and canapés.
    • A buffet supper will be served and full bar facilities will be available.
    • At the end of your round a buffet lunch will be served in the club's temporary clubhouse.
    • Guests were treated to a magnificent buffet lunch, most lavishly set up in a huge white air-conditioned tent.
    • If you bring your children, let them participate in an egg hunt in the hotel garden while you enjoy your buffet.
    • All students, parents and guests enjoyed a buffet in the School Library to finish off the evening's celebrations.
    • Guests were treated to a buffet style lunch to sample some of the cuisine with efficient and friendly service to match.
    • Tickets cost 20 Euro and the buffet will be served at 9.30 sharp.
    • After the show, guests enjoyed the buffet of Egyptian food which always tastes as good as it looks.
    • Local residents enjoyed a champagne reception on arrival, a lavish buffet of hot and cold dishes all served with live piano music.
    • The best meal of the day was, without doubt, breakfast, which is served as a buffet, but is essentially a feast of 20 or so heaving tables offering more dishes than anyone could sample in a week.
    • The Prime Minister and his wife were also taken on conducted tour of the hall, and a buffet lunch was served for the guests.
    • We didn't have the typical wedding with bridesmaids, 200 guests and a mile-long buffet with an ice sculpture.
    • It was artistic and effective, and the more than 900 guests enjoyed the bountiful buffets of superb food set up everywhere.
    • The restaurant had many Afghan, Indian and local dishes in their buffet range.
  • 2

    • 2.1British (counter)

      (en un tren) bar masculine
      before noun buffet car coche restaurante masculine
      • It tasted as if it had sat on a railway-station buffet for weeks.
      • There's no dining car, which adds a bit of adventure - you have to judge your stops and make dashes for the station buffet.
      • He's an average man - not too bright, not over-ambitious - but is delighted to have a beautiful wife, May, who runs the station buffet.
      • The railway has six superbly restored gas-lit stations, a fleet of steam locomotives and historic carriages, a Museum of Rail Travel at Ingrow, buffets at Keighley and Oxenhope - and even a CAMRA real ale bar on many trains.
      • The buffet on the station was icy cold, with a failed heating system.

    • 2.2British (cafeteria)

      (en una estación) bar masculine

  • 3

    (sideboard)
    aparador masculine
    • She took her clean house-dress from a pile of three that she had carefully hidden in the buffet drawer under the kitchen towels.
    • For rustic country decor in the kitchen, use open shelves, hutches, buffets, plate racks and cupboards for storage.

There are 2 main translations of buffet in Spanish

: buffet1buffet2

buffet2

golpe, n.

Pronunciation /ˈbʌfɪt//ˈbəfət/

noun

  • 1

    golpe masculine
    • But this blow was but a buffet with the hand, compared with the thunderbolt that fate was preparing to launch against my bosom.
    • Edgar struck him a buffet on the face which sent him reeling backwards.
    • Soothly, as he followed after me, I had a mind to turn about and deal him a buffet on the face, to see if I could but draw one angry word from him.

transitive verb

  • 1

    zarandear
    sacudir