An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (culinary)
a. en rebanadas (bread, pizza)
We brought sliced bread, meat, and cheese for everyone to make sandwiches at the beach.Trajimos pan en rebanadas, carne y queso para que todos se hicieran sándwiches en la playa.
b. en rodajas (lemon, cucumber, tomato)
The bartender had plenty of sliced lemon ready when they opened.El barman tenia una pila de limón en rodajas ya preparado cuando abrieron.
c. en lonchas (cold cuts)
I'd like sliced pastrami and swiss with Dijon mustard on an onion roll.Me gustaría pastrami y queso suizo en lonchas con mostaza de Dijon en un panecillo de cebolla.
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sliced [slaɪst]
[+bread] rebanado; en rebanadas; [+lemon] en rodajas
it's the best thing since sliced bread es la octava maravilla (del mundo)
Collins Complete Spanish Electronic Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
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