qué desean Uds. de plato principal

qué desean Uds. de plato principal
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
phrase
1. (in questions; second person plural)
a. what would you like for your main course
Vamos a pedir las quesadillas de entrada. - Perfecto. ¿Y qué desean Uds. de plato principal?We're going to order the quesadillas as a starter. - Perfect. And would you like for your main course?
b. what would you like for your entrée
Regionalism used in the United States
(United States)
¿Qué desean Uds. de plato principal? - You voy a pedir la lasaña, y él va a pedir el salmón a la parrilla.What would you like for your entrée? - I'm going to get the lasagna, and he's going to get the smoked salmon.
2. (in statements; second person plural)
a. what you would like for your main course
Regreso en un momento para que me digan qué desean Uds. de plato principal, ¿Okey?I'll be back in a moment so you can tell me what you would like for your main course, OK?
b. what you would like for your entrée
Regionalism used in the United States
(United States)
Ya les llamo a su mesero para que le digan qué desean Uds. de plato principal.I'll tell your waiter to come so you can tell him what you would like for your entrée.
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