How to say dessert in Russian: desert

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How to say dessert in Russian: desert

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

To say dessert in Russian: desert
Say it out loud: “dee syert

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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 dessert in other languages!

Arabic–Halwa  (hal wa)
Chinese–Tiánpǐn  (Tyen Pin)
Croatian–desert  (deh sairt)
Czech–moučník  (moe chneek)
Finnish–jälkiruoka  (yal kih ruh oh kah)
French–dessert  (dee sair)
German–dessert  (deh' sert)
Italian–dolce  (dool chay)
Japanese–Dezāto  (Deh Zaah' Toh)
Korean–Husik  (Hoo Shik)
Polish–deser  (deh' ser)
Portuguese–Sobremesa  (so bree may zah)
Russian–desert  (dee syert)
Spanish–postre  (poh stray)
Swahili–keki  (keh kee)
Thai–Khong Wan  (kohng wahn)
Turkish–tatlı  (taht luh)
Vietnamese–Tráng Miệng  (Trang Mieng)

"dessert" (desert) is a light snack served after dinner, usually something sweet and light. Your host may ask you "what will you have for "dessert" (desert)?" Or you may ask a native "what is the favored "dessert" (desert) in your village?" Get instant access to the Russian Language Set.

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