There are 2 main translations of meal in Spanish

: meal1meal2

meal1

comida, n.

Pronunciation /miːl//mil/

noun

Cooking

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    comida feminine
    she has four meals a day hace cuatro comidas al día
    • he cooked me a delicious meal me preparó / me hizo una comida deliciosa
    • it's your turn to cook a meal te toca a ti hacer la comida / hacer de comer
    • she never has a proper meal nunca come como es debido / como Dios manda
    • I try not to eat between meals trato de no comer nada entre horas
    • I've invited them over for a meal los he invitado a comer (or a cenar)
    • Once there, she inhaled a small meal of bread and cheese before rushing off to begin work.
    • He had cooked a meal of barbecued chicken and boiled potatoes with butter.
    • She walked into a small bar and ordered a light meal.
    • They stopped at noon for a small meal of bread and cheese.
    • He had fixed a fine meal of beef, potatoes, carrots and onions, and the men were lining up eagerly, plates in one hand and coffee mugs in the other.
    • Lisa, their cook, made fabulous meals, but nothing compared to the cakes her mother made.
    • With winter pretty much here, it's a great meal to have for lunch, dinner, or both.
    • The weary traveller can relax here on a shady terrace with a light meal and refreshments.
    • So he and Teresa invited Jelly to join them and sat down to a meal of beef stew and fresh bread.
    • Causey ate a large meal that evening, the best meal he'd eaten in nearly two years.
    • I have never washed a dish, cleaned a floor nor cooked a meal.
    • While cooking the meal of grilled chicken, rice, rolls, and peas, the doorbell rang.
    • Dan nodded, pleasantly, and tucked into his meal of potatoes, roast beef, and vegetables.
    • Then quickly she went back to cleaning up the mess while the meal cooked.
    • Here, cooks will prepare a light meal of mixed salad, tinned cold fish or meat, bread and cheese and fruit.
    • My mom would enjoy cooking those favourite healthy meals of hers in it.
    • He was more inclined to cook his own meal than order one from some fast food place.
    • As usual, the meal was cooked to perfection but I didn't feel hungry.
    • This includes the lecture, wine and a light meal of French bread, salami and cheese.
    • He picked up his regular meal, toast, wheat-cereal with milk and made his way to a table to eat.

There are 2 main translations of meal in Spanish

: meal1meal2

meal2

harina, n.

Pronunciation /miːl//mil/

noun

Cooking Farming

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    (de avena, maíz etc) harina feminine
    • The diet was primarily finely rolled milo, with sorghum silage, soybean meal, urea, and ammonium sulfate.
    • The examples compare corn silage to alfalfa hay, ‘normal’ silage, and corn grain plus soybean meal.
    • The processors were concerned that between 3,500 and 4,000 tonnes of Zimbabwean soya bean meal was destined for Zambia.
    • These are the only processing agents that are in contact with the soybean oil and meal.
    • Soybean meal, milk protein and alfalfa are feed ingredients high in lysine.
    • Kids preferred supplements based on either corn or soybean meal over those based on fishmeal or molasses.
    • His vision was to find ways to use soybean oil and meal in parts for his automobiles.
    • You remove the tannin by leaching it out of the ground-up acorn meal but are left with a fairly tasteless mush for making pancakes or the like.
    • The only problem is, South American soybean meal tends to have less protein, so the African farmer often has to purchase feed additives.
    • A conventional soybean expeller saw an opportunity, became certified and started producing organic soybean meal and soy oil.
    • Frequently, ground limestone is added to processed soybean meal to improve its flowability.
    • Their diet consists of corn and soybean meal, water, vitamins and minerals.
    • Treatment cows received diets similar to the control diet except the DF replaced all of the soybean meal and corn.
    • Burcon developed a process to extract and purify valuable proteins from canola meal.
    • The researchers traced the dioxin to chicken feed, specifically soybean meal.
    • While U.S. soybean meal exports to Mexico have been smaller than soybean exports, trade in soybean meal has started to grow very rapidly.
    • At a board retreat, he suggested adding a soybean extruder to make soy meal and oil.
    • That dedication allows AGP to be a low-cost supplier to industry users of soybean oil and meal.
    • In contrast, if soybean meal is used as the sole supplemental protein source, there will be no benefit to added valine.
    • It's a key producer of lysine, a feed additive derived from amino acids that is mixed with corn and soybean meal to fatten up livestock.