How to say dinner in Thai: Khao Yen

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How to say dinner in Thai: Khao Yen

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

To say dinner in Thai: Khao Yen
Say it out loud: “KAO yen

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Some more helpful words in our Thai Meals category:

breakfast – Ahan Chao  (ah hahn chao)
dessert – Khong Wan  (kohng wahn)
dinner – Khao Yen  (KAO yen)
lunch – Khao Thiang  (KAO TEE-ahng)

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

Arabic–Ashaa'  (A shaah)
Chinese–Wǎn Fàn  (Wan Fan)
Croatian–večera  (vay' chair ah)
Czech–večeře  (veh cheh zah)
Finnish–päivällinen  (pie val lih nehn)
French–dîner  (dee nay)
German–essen  (ess in)
Italian–cena  (chay nuh)
Japanese–Yoru Gohan / Dinā  (Yoh Roo Goh Han / Dee Naah)
Korean–Jeonyeok  (Juh Nyuk)
Polish–kolacja  (ko la' tzyah)
Portuguese–Jantar  (jan tahr)
Russian–uzhin  (oo-zhyn)
Spanish–cena  (say nuh)
Swahili–chakula cha jioni  (chah kuh la chah jee oh nee)
Thai–Khao Yen  (KAO yen)
Turkish–akşam yemeği  (awk shahm yim ay)
Vietnamese–Ăn Tối  (An Toy)

After a day of touring in a native land, look for a good restaurant or ask your tour agent to take you to a hotel for "dinner" (Khao Yen). You can have as many food and drinks during "dinner" (Khao Yen) so that you can have enough rest and strength for the next day. Get instant access to the Thai Language Set.

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Biography: Ross has been a photographer and designer in Chiang Mai, Thailand for over three years, working on development issues and with refugees from Myanmar. He's traveled extensively throughout Southeast Asia, enjoying the food, languages, people and breathtaking landscapes.
Location: Chiang Mai, Thailand

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