Translation of eats in Spanish:

eats

comida, n.

Pronunciation /iːts/

plural noun

informal

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    comida feminine
    manduca feminine informal
    morfe masculine Southern Cone slang
    • Refuel with good Slovenian eats like sausages and pastas, and spend your nights in family-run pensions and a medieval castle.
    • Tickets cost 10 and include drinks and light eats.
    • Nice crowd for brunch at the Union Cafe - we opted for cheaper eats at the Oriental fast food place in the food court.
    • Make a mental note of the cheap eats along this stretch of road.
    • All this variety is organized into chapters like late-night eats, takeouts, breakfast joints and an array of ethnic sections.
    • Hola's also got a nice short menu of tropical and tropical-inspired light eats, perfect breakfast and lunch fare.
    • He introduced me to the streets around the hotel and importantly the cheap eats.
    • Yes, that's right, the tables are turned in Germany and the person who is one year older is required to put up eats and drinks for her or his workmates.
    • Tracy and Lu are the perfect traveling companions… not only do they know where the best eats in town are; they are up at the crack of dawn, ready to explore the city with gusto.
    • Divided into sections that cover small eats, drinks, soups, rice dishes, side dishes and sweets, the recipes are clear and concise.
    • Some members of the corps could be at the venue for anything up to four hours, and with no other outlet for eats or drinks at that level.
    • An added attraction is a food court offering quick eats representing the best of the East and the West.
    • Open for three months now, it's a place for light vegetarian eats.
    • So making healthy eats more easily available is also important.