eating

eating
eating
tr['iːtɪŋ]
noun
1 el comer nombre masculino
\
SMALLIDIOMATIC EXPRESSION/SMALL
eating apple manzana de mesa
eating disorder problema nombre masculino alimentario
eating place restaurante nombre masculino
eating
n.
comida s.f.
'iːtɪŋ
mass noun (el) comer

it is/makes very good eating — es muy sabroso; (before n) <apple> de mesa

['iːtɪŋ]
1. N
1) (=act) el comer
2)

to be good eating — ser sabroso

2.
CPD

eating apple N — manzana f de mesa

eating disorder N — desorden m alimenticio

eating habits NPL — hábitos mpl alimentarios, hábitos mpl alimenticios

eating olives NPL — aceitunas fpl de boca

* * *
['iːtɪŋ]
mass noun (el) comer

it is/makes very good eating — es muy sabroso; (before n) <apple> de mesa


English-spanish dictionary. 2013.

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