How to say breakfast in Russian: zavtrak


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How to say breakfast in Russian: zavtrak

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

To say breakfast in Russian: zavtrak
Say it out loud: “zah ftrahk

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Some more helpful words in our Russian Meals category:

breakfast – zavtrak  (zah ftrahk)
dessert – desert  (dee syert)
dinner – uzhin  (oo-zhyn)
lunch – obed  (ah byet)

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

Arabic–Eftar  (ef tar)
Chinese–Zǎofàn  (Dzao Fan)
Croatian–doručak  (doe roo chahk)
Czech–snídaně  (SNEE dahn yeh)
Finnish–aamiainen  (aah mi i nehn)
French–petit déjeuner  (pay tee day joon ee)
German–frühstück  (froo stook)
Italian–colazione  (cō laht' see oh nay)
Japanese–Asa Gohan  (Ah Sah Goh Han)
Korean–Achim  (Ah Chim)
Polish–śniadanie  (shnya da' nyeah)
Portuguese–Pequeno Almoço  (pe ken oo al mo soo)
Russian–zavtrak  (zah ftrahk)
Spanish–desayuno  (deh sai yoo' no)
Swahili–kiamsha Kinywa  (kee ahm shah kee n’ywa)
Thai–Ahan Chao  (ah hahn chao)
Turkish–kahvaltı  (ka huh vahl tuh)
Vietnamese–Điểm Tâm  (Deeuhm Duhm)

"breakfast" (zavtrak) is an important meal of the day, arguably the most important, and in all tour destinations you will find varying kind of "breakfast" (zavtrak) servings, here you can get the opportunity to sample different servings for "breakfast" (zavtrak). In some hotels they serve "breakfast" (zavtrak) in bed and you can easily call for room service and ask for "breakfast" (zavtrak), "Room service, could you please send "breakfast" (zavtrak) to my room?" Get instant access to the Russian Language Set.


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