How to say Bon appétit! in Russian: Priyatnogo appetita!

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How to say Bon appétit! in Russian: Priyatnogo appetita!

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

To say Bon appétit! in Russian: Priyatnogo appetita!
Say it out loud: “Pree yat nah vah ah pye tee tah!

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Some more helpful words in our Russian More Dining Basics category:

...some (of) – neskol'ko  (nye skahl kah)
...this/that – etot / tot  (eh taht / toht)
all done – vsyo sdelano  (fsyo sdye lah noh)
another – drugoy  (droo goy)
Bon appétit! – Priyatnogo appetita!  (Pree yat nah vah ah pye tee tah!)
can I have…? – mogy li ia…?  (mogy li iah…?)
can I see…? – mogy li ia posmotret?  (mogy li iah pas ma tret?)
can we have...? – mozhem li my…?  (mozhem li my…?)
can we see ...? – mozhem li my posmotret …?  (mojem li my pas ma tret ?)
Cheers! – Na zdorovye  (Nah zdah roh vye)
Eat! Eat! – Yesh'te ! Yesh'te !  (Ye shtee ! Ye shtee !)
I am hungry – Ya goloden/na  (Ya goh lah dyen/nah)
I am thirsty – Ya hochu pit'  (Ya hah choo peet)
I ate – Ya poyel/a  (Ya pah yel/a)
I would like… – Ya by hotel(a)…  (Ya by hah tyel(a)…)
we ate – My poyeli  (My pah ye lee)
we ate well! – My horosho poyeli!  (My hah rah shoh pah ye lee!)
we would like… – My by hoteli…  (My by hah tye lee…)

And here’s how to say Bon appétit! in other languages!

Arabic–Bel Hana Wel Shefa  (bel ha na wel she fa)
Chinese–Zhù Nǐhǎo Wèi!  (Joo Nee Hao Way!)
Croatian–dobar tek!  (doe bar tek)
Czech–Dobrou chuť!  (dow bro khoot)
Finnish–Hyvää ruokahalua!  (hih vaah ruh oh kah hahl uh ah)
French–Bon appétit!  (boan ah pay tee)
German–guten appetit!  (goo ten ah pay teet)
Italian–buon appetito!  (bwoan app uh tee toe)
Japanese–Itadakimasu  (Ee Tah Dah Kee Mass)
Korean–Masissge Deuseyo!  (Ma Shi Ke Du Se Yo!)
Polish–Smacznego!  (smatch neh goh!)
Portuguese–Bom Proveito!  (bohm pro vay too!)
Russian–Priyatnogo appetita!  (Pree yat nah vah ah pye tee tah!)
Spanish–buen provecho  (bwain pro vay' cho)
Swahili–Bon appétit!  (Bon appétit!)
Thai–Gin Khao!  (geen KAO!)
Turkish–afiyet olsun!  (ah fee yet ol sun)
Vietnamese–Chúc Ngon Miệng  (Chook Ngon Mieng)

The phrase "Bon appétit!" (Priyatnogo appetita!) is French, and means "enjoy your meal." It is surprisingly universal, and is understood in many languages around the world. We also provide translations of "Bon appétit!" (Priyatnogo appetita!) into each of our languages. It is frequently misspelled - some examples might be bon apetite, bon appetit and bone apetite. If a server tells you "Bon appétit!" (Priyatnogo appetita!), simply say thank you in Russian or the culture you are visiting. Get instant access to the Russian Language Set.

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