How do you say enjoy your meal in spanish?
disfrutar de su comida
Enjoy your meal ! = Bon appétit !
enjoy your meal
Disfrute su comida
In italy you should say 'Bon Appetit' (Enjoy Your Meal)
Disfrutar de su comida.
'to enjoy' = disfrutar
Njut Used in a sentence. Njut av din måltid ( Enjoy your meal )
'Enjoy your meal' is usually 'bon appÃ©tit' in French.
"Enjoy your meal" is "apprÃ©ciez votre repas" in French. A standard formula is "bon appÃ©tit".
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).
Приятного аппетита Priyatnogo appetita
There isn't a language called Mexican.
Istamti' bi wajbatik استمتع بوجبتك
We say "Bon appétit"
you say goce. it means enjoy Disfruta de tu día.
We just say Bon Appetit or Enjoy your meal...
To specifically say the trarget sentence, you say, "Disfrute/a de su/tu almuerzo." ('e/'su' if you're being polite, 'a/'tu' if you're being familiar.) However, it needs to be said that non-dining Spanish-speaking people the world over have a standing custom of wishing diners, "Buen provecho," which connotes "good use [by your body of the food]." It's their way of saying, "Enjoy your ___________ (fill in the meal)."
'Disfrute su dÃa especial' is how you would say that in Spanish.
preparar la comida
Lass es dir schmecken. Guten Appetit!
enjoy your meal
¿Disfrutas tu comida? -Italian Com'e il cibo?
"Que lo disfrute."
Me gusta mucho.
me encanta cosinar
You would say "tiene usted una buena comida".
Buen provecho! is a Spanish equivalent of the English phrase "Good appetite!" The masculine singular phrase also translates loosely as "Enjoy your food!" or "Enjoy your meal!" in English. The pronunciation will be "bwen pro-VEY-tcho" in Uruguayan Spanish.
You say it just before someone starts eating. You might also say "Enjoy your meal" which it is more common for the US.
You could borrow the French and say "bon apetit", or say "Enjoy your meal." It literally means "good benefit".
to enjoy (the) family: Disfrutar de la familia 'Enjoy, family!' 'Disfruten, la familia!'
Probably "Buon Appetito!" ("enjoy your meal", or "good appetite").
Same as English (Fa-meal-e-yer)
disfruta su familia
Disfruta el sol
Disfruta la celebración.
descanse y disfrute
You can say "Disfruta tu cumpleaños".
Poftă bună may be a Romanian equivalent of 'Enjoy your meal'.
It's fun and I enjoy it is: Es entretenido y lo disfruto.
refuse and say "Que aproveche"(enjoy your meal)
Bain sult as. (to one person in Irish Gaelic). Meal. (in Scottish Gaelic).
añada a su comida a mi cuenta
Buen Provecho "Happy Eating" Have a nice meal
goce de su ducha
disfrute de su estancia
Disfrute de su tarde.
gozar de disfrutar de
"Enjoy your meal!" in English is Buon appetito! in Italian.