Translation of croissant in Spanish:

croissant

croissant, n.

Pronunciation /k(r)wɑˈsɑnt//k(r)wɑˈsɑ̃//ˈkrwasɒ̃/

noun

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    croissant masculine
    medialuna feminine Argentina
    cachito masculine Venezuela
    cuernito masculine Mexico
    • Danish pastries, croissants, toast and warm rolls are on offer, along with fruits, cereals and a full English breakfast, perfect to set you up for the day.
    • For example, breakfast might consist of either Lebanese flatbread or French croissants with cheese and coffee or tea.
    • From croissants with ham and cheese to a full Irish breakfast, I found it hard to choose.
    • He wasn't impressed with the food because the breakfasts were of the continental variety, rolls with ham or cheese and croissants and brioche with jam.
    • I might grab a croissant and usually have a bit of fruit with it.
    • The French, on the other hand, continued to eat croissants, Brie and chocolate mousse without a second thought.
    • The exciting range of breads includes croissant, pumpernickel and multigrain.
    • Sharing the building, on the ground floor, was a boulangerie that provided fresh bread and croissants each morning and delicious fruit tarts in the evenings.
    • Why is a population that gorges itself on croissants, cheese, red meat, wine and brandy relatively slim and healthy?
    • Not five minutes later, her neighbor was over toting croissants, bagels, and a carafe of orange juice.
    • They played French bingo, known as Lotto, tried out their language skills and tasted French food such as baguettes, croissants and Camembert cheese.
    • Up to 40 stalls were set up in the Market Place on Sunday and Monday selling fresh baguettes and croissants, French fashions and wines.
    • This bakery produces a range of delicious continental breads such as croissants and pains au chocolat, as well as speciality loaves.
    • Be they ‘au beurre’ or not, croissants are a French speciality to be found on breakfast trays around the world.
    • Every morning her husband brings her breakfast of croissants with strawberry jam and a bowl of fresh fruit to bed.
    • At restaurants and hotels, breakfast also includes small croissants.
    • I used to go down there every Saturday morning for fresh bread and croissants, but it soon lost its novelty status.
    • Creamy Brie, buttery croissants, indulgent pastries are just part of the French paradox.
    • The standard menu contains the usual range of toasts, hot croissants, bread, scones, open and closed sandwiches.
    • She ordered the Continental breakfast with oatmeal, croissant, and yogurt.