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omelet also: (British English) omelette
American English: /ˈɑm(ə)lət/
British English: /ˈɒmlɪt/

Translation of omelet in Spanish:

noun

  • omelette (feminine) or (Spain) tortilla (feminine) francesa
    Spanish omelet
    tortilla (feminine) de papas or (Spain) patatas
    you can't make an omelet without breaking eggs
    nada que valga la pena se logra sin crear conflictos
    Example sentences
    • Mike Thomson, the owner/manager, will be serving bagels, omelettes, salads, home made soups and baking and pasta dishes.
    • A chef was stationed at one end to cook omelettes and serve bacon, sausages and black pudding.
    • Fresh leaves can be added to soups, stews, omelettes or salads.

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