Translation of snack in Spanish:


tentempié, n.

Pronunciation: /snæk//snak/


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    tentempié masculine
    refrigerio masculine formal
    (meal/lunch) (before noun) ligero
    (meal/lunch) (before noun) liviano Latin America
    (meal/lunch) (before noun) rápido masculine
    to have a snack tomar(se) un tentempié / un refrigerio formal
    • ideas for quick snacks ideas para comidas rápidas
    • The restaurant opens at 8am every day for breakfast and also serves lunch, dinner and bar snacks for late night diners.
    • Described as a traditional tearoom serving light lunches and snacks, morning coffee and afternoon teas, it is open daily, except Sunday, until 5pm.
    • You can get lighter meals and snacks, as well as afternoon tea, in either the lounge or bar.
    • Part of the Austrian way of life, the coffeehouse serves as a meeting place and a source for breakfast or a snack or light lunch.
    • The selection covers everything from protein and vegetable meals to snacks, desserts, fruit and vegetables.
    • They don't usually serve bar snacks until lunch time.
    • For those who want to make a day of it, a rather attractive tea room provides full meals or light snacks.
    • There is a choice between the Music Room bar, which serves lunches and snacks, or the more formal Garden Room restaurant.
    • The pub will also be able to provide refreshments, such as light snacks, until bar staff stop selling alcohol.
    • Light snacks will be served and a mineral bar only will be available.
    • In addition to the restaurants, there is ‘Easy Like a Sunday’, a panoramic lounge and bar offering snacks and an alternative light breakfast.
    • Many of the guesthouses also provide dinner, and there's a reasonable selection of pubs serving snacks and bar meals.
    • Maggie remembered all those past years from which she had made splendid dinners and light sandwiches for snacks and heaven knows how many cups of tea.
    • The menu had a fair range of options from light snacks to full meals.
    • The Prince is also adept at producing quick, light supper snacks, which he and the Queen often enjoy when they have dismissed the servants for the night.
    • Coffee, tea and light snacks will be served, and reservations are not needed.
    • Bar snacks are served and there's a restaurant, live music on Fridays and DJs over the weekend.
    • Coffee, tea and homemade light snacks will be served.
    • The menu has a wide selection on offer, with everything from children's meals and snacks to comfort food and fresh seafood and game cooked with a contemporary twist.
    • The airy Winter Garden coffee-shop offers snacks and light meals, and is the ideal rendezvous for planning the day ahead.

intransitive verb

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    comer algo ligero
    comer algo liviano Latin America
    tomar(se) un tentempié
    tomar(se) un refrigerio formal
    to snack on sth
    • we snacked on apples nos comimos unas manzanas