Spanish Word for hamburger  

English Word: hamburger

Spanish Word: hamburguesa
The Spanish Word for hamburger
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Translated sentences containing 'hamburger'
César has eaten a hamburger.
César ha comido hamburguesa.
The hamburger has lettuce, onion, tomato, pickles, and double cheese
La hamburguesa lleva lechuga, cebolla, tomate, pepinillos y doble de queso
Good afternoon, what is this hamburger made of? Yes, the one in the right panel
Buenas tardes, ¿qué lleva esa hamburguesa?, sí, la del cartel de la derecha
I'll have the Marquesa hamburger, double cheese and ketchup, big-sized potatos and a coke, please
Me vas a poner un hamburguesa Marquesa doble de queso con kechup, patatas grande y una coca-cola, por favor.
The special menu includes a double hamburger, medium sized potatos and a drink.
El menú especial incluye hamburguesa doble, patatas medianas y bebida.
Carlos didn't eat his hamburger yet.
Carlos aún no comió su hamburguesa.
For whom is that hamburger?
¿Para quién es esa hamburguesa?
The hamburger is for my boyfriend.
La hamburguesa es para mi novio.
You are eating a hamburger with broccoli salad and lettuce.
Tú estás comiendo una hamburguesa con ensalada de brócoli y lechuga.
Could I have a hamburger, please?
¿Podría darme una hamburguesa, por favor?
I would like to have french fries with the hamburger.
Yo quisiera papas fritas con la hamburguesa.

The clones themselves are so expensive that you would not make a hamburger out of them.
Los clones en sí mismos son tan caros que no sacaría ni una hamburguesa de ellos.
After all, the greasy hamburger will not suddenly become a health food only by adding a few vitamins.
Está claro que una grasienta hamburguesa no se va a hacer sana de repente añadiéndole unas pocas vitaminas.
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