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Hebrew translation: Chef in Hebrew is TABACH RASHI (Tet, Bet, Chet) (Resh, Alef, Shin, Yod)

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English term or phrase:chef
Hebrew translation:Chef in Hebrew is TABACH RASHI (Tet, Bet, Chet) (Resh, Alef, Shin, Yod)
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18:28 Mar 13, 2002
English to Hebrew translations [Non-PRO]
/ chef at a restaurant
English term or phrase: chef
The chef in my kitchen is Jewish. We saw a movie that had a chef wearing a hat that said chef in Hebrew. she flipped. She wants one. I'm trying to order one but need to know how to write it.
keri williams
Chef in Hebrew is TABACH RASHI (Tet, Bet, Chet) (Resh, Alef, Shin, Yod)
Explanation:
In daily use it also common to use chef (Shin, Fay Sofit)
TABACH = טבח
RASHI = ראשי
טבח ראשי
Chef = שף

Good LUck!

BTW Chef hat in Hebrew is KOVA TABACHIM =כובע טבחים
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Local time: 19:08
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5 +4Chef in Hebrew is TABACH RASHI (Tet, Bet, Chet) (Resh, Alef, Shin, Yod)
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Chef in Hebrew is TABACH RASHI (Tet, Bet, Chet) (Resh, Alef, Shin, Yod)


Explanation:
In daily use it also common to use chef (Shin, Fay Sofit)
TABACH = טבח
RASHI = ראשי
טבח ראשי
Chef = שף

Good LUck!

BTW Chef hat in Hebrew is KOVA TABACHIM =כובע טבחים

EGB Translations
Local time: 19:08
Native speaker of: Native in HebrewHebrew, Native in EnglishEnglish
PRO pts in pair: 156
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