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menu

Pronunciation: /ˈmenjuː/

Translation of menu in Spanish:

noun/nombre

  • 1.1 (in restaurant) carta (feminine), menú (masculine) (especially Latin America/especialmente América Latina) ; (set meal) menú (masculine) lamb's not on the menu no hay cordero
    Example sentences
    • The site also features a meal planner, which allows consumers to print not only recipes, but also menus and shopping lists.
    • It says restaurant menus increasingly list details of food producers and suppliers.
    • After being shown to our table we were handed the wine list and menus.
    Example sentences
    • There is a good restaurant at the South Sea Hotel serving a mixed menu including sea food.
    • Homely restaurants serve inexpensive fixed menus known as comida corrida.
    • Let's see more baked potatoes and lentil soup on school menus, fruit juices being promoted instead of branded fizzy drinks.
    1.2 [Computing/Informática] menú (masculine)
    Example sentences
    • The screen also provides ample room to see the menu commands, making the camera functions easy to navigate.
    • A number of menus are available when you are inside the administrative interface, and some of these menus have submenus as well.
    • Important operations are hidden in right-mouse-click pop-up menus and do not also appear on the main menus or toolbars.

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