How to say cheese in Spanish: queso

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How to say cheese in Spanish: queso

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

To say cheese in Spanish: queso
Say it out loud: “kay sō

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Some more helpful words in our Spanish Diet Considerations category:

bread – pan  (pahn)
celiac – celíaco  (sell ee' ah koe)
cheese – queso  (kay sō)
dairy – productos lácteos  (pro dook' tōs lack' tee ohs)
eggs – heuvos  (way vōs)
gluten-free – sin gluten  (seen gloo tin)
I am vegan – soy vegano  (soy vay gah no)
I am vegetarian – soy vegetariano  (soy vej eh tair ee ahn oh)
I don't eat… – yo no como…  (yo no koe moe…)
kosher – kosher  (koe shair)
meat – carne  (car nay)
milk – leche  (lay chay)
nuts – nueces  (noo ay sehs)
organic – orgánico  (or gah' nee koe)
sugar – azúcar  (ah zoo' car)
wheat – trigo  (tree go)

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

Arabic–Jobn  (jobn])
Chinese–Nǎilào  (Nai Lao)
Croatian–sir  (seer)
Czech–syr  (seer)
Finnish–juusto  (yoos toh)
French–fromage  (frow mahj)
German–käse  (kay zeh)
Italian–formaggio  (for maj yo)
Japanese–Chīzu  (Chee Zoo)
Korean–Chijeu  (Cheese)
Polish–ser  (sir)
Portuguese–Queijo  (kay zhoo)
Russian–syr  (syr)
Spanish–queso  (kay sō)
Swahili–jibini  (jee bee nee)
Thai–Chit  (CHEET)
Turkish–peynir  (pay neer)
Vietnamese–Phô Mai  (Fo Mai)

In some cultures, "cheese" (queso) is a must have with wine but it's also common with bread. When you are having your meal you can order for "cheese" (queso) as an accompaniment, e.g. "may I have a slice of "cheese" (queso) with some wine? " Or you may enquire at the hotel "do you serve "cheese" (queso) with breakfast? Get instant access to the Spanish Language Set.

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