How to say chopsticks in Portuguese: Guardanapo

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How to say chopsticks in Portuguese: Guardanapo

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

To say chopsticks in Portuguese: Guardanapo
Say it out loud: “goo-ahr dah nah poo

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Some more helpful words in our Portuguese Table Settings category:

chopsticks – Guardanapo  (goo-ahr dah nah poo)
fork – Garfo  (gahr foo)
glass – Copo  (koh poo)
knife – Faca  (fah kah)
napkin – Pauzinhos  (pa-oo zeen yoo)
plate – Prato  (praah too)
spoon – Colher  (kohl yehr)

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

Arabic–Eedaan  (ee daan)
Chinese–Cānjīn Zhǐ  (Tsan Jin Jrr)
Finnish–syömä puikot  (sih oh mah poh ih cot)
Japanese–Hashi  (Hah Shee)
Korean–Jeosgarak  (Jut Kka Rak)
Polish–pałeczki  (pa ue' tchkee)
Portuguese–Guardanapo  (goo-ahr dah nah poo)
Vietnamese–Đôi Đua  (Doy Duu-Uh)

You will need to know how to use "chopsticks" if you plan on visiting China. But before you learn which end to hold, you will need to know what to call "chopsticks" (Guardanapo) in Portuguese. So there you go. Now all you need is to ask someone to teach you how to use them, which brings us to other phrases in Portuguese that you can instantly access Portuguese from our Language Set.

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Nathan Montgomery
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.
Location: Bloomington, Indiana, USA

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