Eet smakelijk

German translation: Guten Appetit!

11:07 Apr 18, 2005
Dutch to German translations [Non-PRO]
Food & Drink
Dutch term or phrase: Eet smakelijk
In The Netherlands, when you have diner or lunch or something, you say "eet smakelijk" befor you go eat. It means something like wishing them a good meal.
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German translation:Guten Appetit!
Explanation:
In German you say "Guten Appetit".
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Guten Appetit!


Explanation:
In German you say "Guten Appetit".

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