Translation of cafeteria in Spanish:

cafeteria

Pronunciation: /ˌkæfəˈtɪriə; ˌkæfəˈtɪəriə/

n

  • (in hospital, college) cantina (f), cafetería (f); (restaurant) restaurante (m) autoservicio, self-service (m)
    More example sentences
    • Federal law states that while irradiated meat must be labeled in grocery stores, it does not have to be labeled when served in school cafeterias, restaurants or hospitals.
    • Cafés and cafeterias serve open-faced sandwiches with cold meats, smoked fish, or cheese as well as simple but substantial meals of meat or fish and boiled potatoes.
    • Workplace cafeterias and buffets still serve rudimentary midday meals for workers, but even these inexpensive meals are out of reach for many people.

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