How do you say bon appetit or good eating in Irish?
Bain taitneamh as do bhéil (pronounced: Bane tatniv OS du veil)
"Bon appetit" means literally "Have a good appetite", otherwise translated from the French to "Enjoy your meal" or very simply "Enjoy!". Bon appetit is used at the beginning of the meal. In good company, the meal should start when everybody is at the table. To let the participants know that no one else is expected, and it is fine to eat, the hostess will usually say "bon appetit", everyone else can say thank you, or… Read More
the exact translation would be good eating. Spanish - Buen provecho.
Example sentence - The teacher instructed us to find the definition of bon appetit and give an example sentence. Bon appetit means Good appetite! If I spoke French, I could tell you what "Bon appetit" means.
The nearest french to this is "Bon appetit ! "
Bon appetit means "good appetite".
Only if it is shortly followed by a match. Bon appetit.
the answer is καλή όρεξη kali orexi, which exactly bon appetit best
Bon appetit in Egyptian accent : sahha o afyaa
Here is my latest culinary presentation; bon appetit everyone, enjoy your meal.
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APPETIT with an accent rightwards (accent de grave) on the E of the word appetit is a french word while APPETITE as we all know is an English word. But while saying BON APPETIT, we should not use an e after the word appetit and while writing the same, an accent must always be there.... :)
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bon ap - pe- teet
Bon appetit = Prijatno
It is French for 'good appetite,' meaning 'I hope you enjoy your food'.
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"Je vous souhaite un bon appétit." but the common use is "bon appétit"
We just say Bon Appetit or Enjoy your meal...
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Bon appetit ma cherie. Je t'aime beaucoup is what you were trying to say. It means : Enjoy your food my darling. I love you very much.
This is the French phrase "have a good meal" or "enjoy your meal" (literally good appetite). It is spelled "bon appetit" (pronounced bawn ah-peh-TEET).
The likely word sought is the French phrase bon appetit (bon appétit,"enjoy your meal").
avez un bon appetit
Bon appÃ©tit means "Enjoy your meal!" in French.
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beh teyavon (×‘×ª×™××‘×•×Ÿ)
I miss you so much my love
Some words that can be made from the letters in born are: no nob nor on or orb rob Ron * * * * * also: bon (French word for 'good', used in English for such French terms such as bon appetit, bon voyage, bon mot, etc.) bro (slang term for brother)
le bon manger = good eating!
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The Next Food Network Star - 2005 Enticing and Easy with Bon Appetit - 4.5 was released on: USA: 29 June 2008
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Bain sult as (singular) Bainigí sult as (plural)
Manger-bien, but if it is a natural expression it is mostly BON-APPETIT
The word "appetit" is masculine, so the appropriate adjective is "bon", not "bonne".
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Ith gu leòir! (It means 'eat plenty' literally translated).
In italy you should say 'Bon Appetit' (Enjoy Your Meal)
The dictionary form/infinitive is "geniessen," and if you mean it as a command e.g. "enjoy [your meal]" it would be "geniesst" to a group of friends or "geniessen Sie" to strangers; however, if you are looking for what to say at the start of a meal, Germans simply say "guten Appetit" (bon appetit, or good apptite).
good eating or eat well
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Ith do leòr; Ith do shàth; Làmh fhada is cead a sìneadh.