How to say dinner in Portuguese: Jantar

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How to say dinner in Portuguese: Jantar

Learning Portuguese for travel or study? Let’s try this term:

To say dinner in Portuguese: Jantar
Say it out loud: “jan tahr

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Some more helpful words in our Portuguese Meals category:

breakfast – Pequeno Almoço  (pe ken oo al mo soo)
dessert – Sobremesa  (so bree may zah)
dinner – Jantar  (jan tahr)
lunch – Almorço  (al mo soo)

And here’s how to say dinner in other languages!

Chinese–Wǎn Fàn  (Wan Fan)
Croatian–večera  (vay' chair ah)
Czech–večeře  (veh cheh zah)
French–dîner  (dee nay)
German–essen  (ess in)
Italian–cena  (chay nuh)
Japanese–Yoru Gohan / Dinā  (Yoh Roo Goh Han / Dee Naah)
Korean–Jeonyeok  (Juh Nyuk)
Polish–kolacja  (ko la' tzyah)
Portuguese–Jantar  (jan tahr)
Russian–uzhin  (oo-zhyn )
Spanish–cena  (say nuh)
Swahili–chakula cha jioni  (chah kuh la chah jee oh nee)
Thai–Khao Yen  (KAO yen)
Turkish–akşam yemeği  (awk shahm yim ay)
Vietnamese–Ăn Tối  (An Toy)

After a day of touring in a native land, look for a good restaurant or ask your tour agent to take you to a hotel for "dinner" (Jantar). You can have as many food and drinks during "dinner" (Jantar) so that you can have enough rest and strength for the next day. Get instant access to the Portuguese Language Set.

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Biography: Growing up in a family that was frequently on the move, styling myself the "little anthropologist" became my hobby at a very young age. Subsequent and extensive perusals of my father's collection of National Geographic magazines sealed my fate. After spending significant time in Spain, Brazil, Mexico and obtaining a BA focusing on old Iberian epics, I decided it was time to fill in the gaps on the other side of the world and moved to China. Four years and two languages later I received a fellowship for graduate research in Central Eurasian Studies at Indiana University Bloomington, where I am currently.
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