1. (literary) (dish)
El viajero no conocía aquella exótica vianda.The traveler didn't know that exotic food.
2. (homemade meal for school or work) (Latin America)
a. bag lunch (United States)
Acuérdense de traer vianda a la escuela para la excursión de mañana.Remember to bring a bag lunch to school for tomorrow's trip.
b. brown-bag lunch (United States)
Quiero preparar viandas saludables que mis niños verdaderamente coman.I want to make healthy brown-bag lunches that my children will actually eat.
c. packed lunch (United Kingdom)
Mi madre siempre me prepara la vianda escolar.My mom always makes my packed lunch for school.
Olvidé traer mi vianda al trabajo.I forgot to bring my lunch to work.
Pregunta a Carlos qué vianda quiere llevar al colegio.Ask Carlos what kind of food he'd like to take to school.
3. (food container) (Latin America)
4. (tubers and fruit) (Caribbean)
¿Has probado la vianda con bacalao?Have you tried vegetables with cod?
5. (literary) (dishes)
Las viandas que sirvieron en la cena estaban exquisitas.The food served at the dinner party was exquisite.
2. (tentempié) ()
a. packed lunch
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