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Transition Introductions and greetings Questions and answers. You can also use this word to refer to a person's means of living i. Pronounce this word " soos-TEHN-toe. Use "comestibles" for "edibles. Instead, it's mainly used for referring to food as a product or commodity. For example, "la tienda de comestibles" is "the edibles store," or what we would call a grocery store. This is true in general for the Spanish s. Learn the names of the daily meals.
If you want to talk specifically about the food you would typically eat at a given time of the day, you can use the name of the meal. Learn the various terms for "snack. A few of the most common ones are listed below.
There are many others that vary from region to region. It's often used as a slang term for food the same way you might use "chow" or "chum" in English. Say "pasto" for "feed" or "chow. Though its dictionary definition contains mostly agricultural meanings, it's often used for people as well. Like with "cebo," the usage is similar to "chow. Use "pitanza" for "daily rations" or "grub. Use "pan" as a metaphor for food in general.
The literal meaning of "pan" is "bread.
This is done in English, too e. Spanish speakers use a somewhat short, "punchy" pronunciation for this word. The "ah" sound isn't drawn out like in the English word "pawn" — it's quick and staccato. This is literally "bread of every day," or, in English, "daily bread. Include your email address to get a message when this question is answered.