1. (to eat breakfast)transitive verb
Mi esposo y yo desayunamos juntos todos los días.My husband and I have breakfast together every day.
2. (to eat breakfast)
Suelo desayunar huevos y pan tostado.I usually have eggs and toast for breakfast.
3. (to eat breakfast) (Latin America)
Los domingos nos desayunamos en un café.On Sundays we have breakfast in a café.
4. (colloquial) (to become aware of)
a. to find out
¿No sabía lo del accidente? - No, recién se desayunó.Didn't he know about the accident? - No, he just found out.
b. to hear of
¿Oíste que despidieron a Claudia? - No, recién me desayuno.Did you hear they fired Claudia? - No, this is the first I've heard of it.
¿Por qué talaron esos árboles? - ¿Talar árboles? Recién me desayuno.Why did they cut down those trees? - Cut down trees? This is the first I've heard about it.
1. (general)transitive verb
a. to have breakfast
2. (general)pronominal verb
a. to have for breakfast
a. no direct translation
se desayunaron con café y tostadasthey had coffee and toast for breakfast
Phrases with "desayunar"
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Verb Conjugations for desayunar
Present Participle: desayunando
Past Participle: desayunado
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