How to say roasted in Japanese: Rōsuto Sareta


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How to say roasted in Japanese: Rōsuto Sareta

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

To say roasted in Japanese: Rōsuto Sareta
Say it out loud: “Row Soo Toh Sah Reh Tah

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Some more helpful words in our Japanese Cooking Methods category:

baked – Yaita  (Yay Tah)
boiled – Yudeta  (Yoo Deh Tah)
fried – Ageta  (Ah Geh Tah)
grilled – Guriru Shita  (Goo Ree Roo Shee Tah)
rare – Rea  (Reh Ah)
raw – Nama  (Nah Mah)
roasted – Rōsuto Sareta  (Row Soo Toh Sah Reh Tah)
sauteed – Sotē Shita  (Soh Teeh Shee Tah)
spicy – Karai  (Kah Rah Ee)
stewed – Nikonda  (Nee Con Dah)
stuffed – Tsumerareta  (Tsu Meh Rah Reh Tah)
well done – Werudan  (Weh Roo Dann)

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

Arabic–Mashwi  (mash wi)
Chinese–Kǎo De  (Kao Duh)
Croatian–pečena  (peh chen uh)
Czech–pražený  (prah zhen ee)
Finnish–paahdettu  (paahh deht tuh)
French–grillé  (gree yay)
German–geröstet  (grr oh stet)
Italian–arrostito  (ah ro stee toe)
Japanese–Rōsuto Sareta  (Row Soo Toh Sah Reh Tah)
Korean–Roseuteu  (Roast)
Polish–pieczony  (pyeah tscho' nyh)
Portuguese–Assado  (ahs aa doo)
Russian–zharennyu  (zhah rye nyu)
Spanish–asado  (ah sah doe)
Swahili–choma  (choh mah)
Thai–Yang  (YAHNG)
Turkish–kavrulmuş  (kahv' rul mush)
Vietnamese–Quay  (Kwai)

Fried, "roasted" (Rōsuto Sareta) or stewed? Why not try all 3 when you visit the Japanese culture? Now all you need is to figure out what the translation of the other two is, which is easy with our instant access to the Japanese Language Set.


Kanako Tokuno
Biography: Kanako Tokuno is a marketing adviser and translator living in New York City. Kanako graduated with BAs in International Relations from both Ritsumeikan University and American University in 2008 through a Dual Degree program. After experiencing sales and marketing jobs in the electronics and cosmetics industries in Japan, Kanako moved to New York City, where she is currently involved in multiple projects as a freelancer.
Born: Japan
Location: New York, NY, USA

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