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Learning Turkish for travel or study? Let’s try this term:
To say lunch in Turkish: öğle yemeği
Say it out loud: “oo lay yim ay“
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And here’s how to say lunch in other languages!
Arabic–Ghadaa' (ga daah)
Chinese–Wǔfàn (Woo Fan)
Croatian–ručak (roo chahk)
Czech–oběd (oh byed)
Finnish–lounas (low nahs)
French–déjeuner (day joon ee)
German–mittagessen (mih tahg ess in)
Italian–pranzo (prahn zo)
Japanese–Hiru Gohan / Ranchi (Hee Roo Goh Han / Rahn Chee)
Korean–Jeomsim (Jum Shim)
Portuguese–Almorço (al mo soo)
Russian–obed (ah byet)
Spanish–almuerzo (ahl mwair' zo)
Swahili–chakula cha mchana (chah kuh la chah mmchah nah)
Thai–Khao Thiang (KAO TEE-ahng)
Turkish–öğle yemeği (oo lay yim ay)
Vietnamese–Ăn Trưa (An Chuua)