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bite-sized
American English: /baɪt saɪzd/

Translation of bite-sized in Spanish:

adjective

  • tamaño bocado invariable adjective
    en taquitos (Spain)
    Example sentences
    • The design of the combined fork and knife makes it possible to cut bite-sized pieces of most foods with the use of only one hand.
    • The female usually feeds the chicks by tearing the food into bite-sized pieces.
    • It was a matriciana sauce with cream and bacon and went well with gnocchi (mini bite-size potato dumplings).

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