How to say bread in Russian: hleb

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How to say bread in Russian: hleb

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

To say bread in Russian: hleb
Say it out loud: “hlyep

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Some more helpful words in our Russian Diet Considerations category:

bread – hleb  (hlyep)
celiac – tseliakiya  (tseh lee ah kee ya)
cheese – syr  (syr)
dairy – molochnye produkti  (mah loh chny ye prah doo kty)
eggs – yayca  (yay tsah)
gluten-free – bez glyutina  (byes glyu tee nah)
I am vegan – Ya strogiy vegetarianets / strogaya vegetariaka  (Ya stroh geey vye gye tah ree ah nyets / stroh gye vye gye tah ree hn ka)
I am vegetarian – Ya vegetarianets / vegetarianka  (Ya vye gye tah ree ah nyets / vye gye tah ree hn ka)
I don't eat… – Ya ne yem…  (Ya nye yem...)
kosher – koshernaya pishcha  (kah sheh rnah ya pee shchah)
meat – myaso  (mya soh)
milk – moloko  (mah lah koh)
nuts – orehi  (ah rye hee)
organic – oranicheskaia eda  (ahr gah nee che skah ay da)
sugar – sahar  (sah hahr)
wheat – pshenitsa  (psheh nee tsah)

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

Arabic–Khobz  (kobz)
Chinese–Miànbāo  (Myen Bao)
Croatian–kruh  (krooH)
Czech–chléb  (kchleb)
Finnish–leipä  (lay pa)
French–pain  (pah)
German–brot  (broht)
Italian–pane  (pah nay)
Japanese–Pan  (Pan)
Korean–Ppang  (Bbang)
Polish–chleb  (hleb)
Portuguese–Pão  (pa-oo)
Russian–hleb  (hlyep)
Spanish–pan  (pahn)
Swahili–mkate  (mm kah the)
Thai–Khanom Pang  (kah-nohm bahng)
Turkish–ekmek  (ake mek)
Vietnamese–Bánh Mì  (Ban Mee)

"Do you serve "bread" (hleb) with beef?" Bread is a common accompaniment with daily meals and you can have it with any serving of food or just buy it and have it on the go as you tour and travel your destination.

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Anastasija Rizika
Biography: Anastasija Rizika is a Sinologist, translator, Chinese and English teacher living in Nanjing, China. After graduating with a BA in Asian Studies from Latvian University in 2010, Anastasija attended Chinese Bridge Camp in Changsha, China and then moved to live in Nanjing, China, where she is currently earning a Masters in International Education from Nanjing Normal University. Anastasia currently works for an English training center and is involved in education and cultural exchange. She also moonlights as a Chinese negotiator in one of the biggest companies in Nanjing.
Born: Latvia, Riga
Location: Nanjing, China

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Born: Astana, Kazakhstan
Location: Pavlodar Oblast, Kazakhstan

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