Translation of TV dinner in Spanish:

TV dinner

noun

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    comida preparada para consumir viendo la televisión
    • Much to their surprise, in the middle of their wonderful TV dinner, Adrienne walked in the room with presents for them.
    • On a rare night at home she says she's never knowingly eaten a TV dinner: she'd rather eat a boiled egg.
    • Like the cinematic equivalent of a TV dinner, this movie offers conveniently prepared, familiar ingredients that amount to something less than filling or satisfying.
    • Dr Spungin - who has set up the Back to the Table campaign in the UK to encourage families to eat home-cooked meals together - says the problem is that the TV dinner destroys conversation.
    • A chilled ready meal sounds so much nicer than a TV dinner.
    • After work, I would come home to my lonely apartment, pop a TV dinner in the microwave, and watch the television for the next few hours before going to sleep.
    • A burger probably makes the ultimate TV dinner: there's no etiquette involved, no need for cutlery, and if you need a pudding afterwards, you haven't made it big enough.
    • So she'd heated a TV dinner in the oven, finishing her quick meal while watching the news before showering and retreating to the guest bedroom, slamming the door shut behind her.
    • A disgusting TV dinner sat next to a 24 case of beer in the empty fridge.
    • We're the country that invented the TV dinner and the drive-through.
    • He picked at his TV dinner and glanced at me occasionally.
    • They humiliate themselves in front of millions of people, and everybody with their TV dinner just laughs it up, not being able to critically discern it from a good movie.
    • Amber pulled out a TV dinner and tore open the box.
    • Once I got home I plodded through the door, kissed my mom on the cheek, took a TV dinner up to my room, ate, and then, finally, went to sleep.
    • Food snob Gabe cracks wise about all the processed food consumed by his friends, but if this play were food, it would be closer to a TV dinner than a gourmet spread.
    • Thompson's curriculum includes a segment on American popular cuisine, and Gerry Thomas, who invented the TV dinner in 1954, is a regular guest speaker in Thompson's classroom.
    • Helen lives alone in her neat, cream-and-beige home, curling up in her plain leather armchair each night to eat a low-fat TV dinner and swig a glass of Chardonnay.
    • I wonder what Katie's doing right now… Brylee's mind wandered to her hazel-eyed friend, most likely off eating a vegetarian TV dinner and watching Animal Planet.
    • ‘Well neither do I,’ snapped Martin, he heads over across the hotel room to the oven, where he placed a TV dinner of Chicken Tortellini and pressed the nuclear symbol.
    • When I asked Harrold if the invention of the TV dinner is an anniversary to be celebrated or mourned, he laughed.