Spanish Word for pizza  

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Spanish Word: pizza
The Spanish Word for pizza
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Carlos and I have eaten pizza all week.
Carlos y yo hemos comido pizza toda la semana.
Enrique comes to eat pizza at the restaurant. Enriques comes to eat it at the restaurant.
Enrique viene a comer pizza al restaurante. Enrique viene a comerla al restaurante.
About 75 acres of pizza are eaten in in the U.S. every day.
En los Estados Unidos se comen aproximadamente setenta y cinco acres de pizza al día.
I like to go to eat pizza with my friends.
Me gusta ir a comer pizza con mis amigos.
About 75 acres of pizza are eaten in in the U.S. every day.
Cerca de 75 acres de pizza se comen en los U.S. cada dia.
There is a lot of pizza.
Hay mucha pizza.
Carlos and I have eaten pizza.
Carlos y yo hemos comido pizza.
They serve Mountain Dew and pizza.
Ellos sirven Mountain Dew y pizza.
They eat pizza.
Ellos comen pizza. -pizza
Who do I give the pizza to?
¿A quién le doy la pizza?
Enrique comes to eat pizza in the restaurant. Enrique comes to eat it in the restaurant.
Enrique viene a comer pizza al restaurante. Enrique viene a comerla al restaurante.
Children love to eat pizza.
A los niños les encanta comer pizza.
Why don't you try the pizza?
¿Por qué no prueba la pizza?
I stopped to buy pizza for the children.
Me detuve a comprar pizza para los niños.
They complained because the pizza was cold.
Se quejaron porque la pizza estaba fría.
We usually eat pizza on Fridays.
Solemos comer pizza los viernes.
Why don't you all take me to have the famous Chicago pizza?
¿Por qué no me lleváis a cenar la famosa pizza de Chicago?

I would mention the cheese on the pizza and the milk in the bar of chocolate.
Cito el queso de las pizzas o la leche de una tableta de chocolate.
Maybe the price of a pizza for an average household once a year.
Quizá el precio de una pizza por año para un hogar medio.
I could of course be cheeky, Mr Fatuzzo, and ask what your reply to your pizza seller was!
Evidentemente, querido colega, podría ser impertinente y preguntarle lo que le contestó usted al pizzaiolo.
At a certain point, a woman says that if she had some room, she could make some pasta and pizza for the people present.
En un momento determinado una mujer dice que si tuviera espacio haría pasta y pizza para los presentes, lo cual genera un gran entusiasmo en la masa de materia.
No one prescribes how much salami should be on a pizza, or how many strawberries there should be on a strawberry flan.
Nadie establece cuánto salami debe haber en una pizza, ni cuántas fresas en una tarta de fresas.
In addition, Mr President, I would like people to stop talking about Italy in terms of "pizza' .
Además, Señor Presidente, querría que se dejara de hablar de Italia en términos de "pizza».
To wash down the rather indigestible nature of the pizza that Mr Ford mentioned.
Por hacer olvidar el carácter algo indigesto de la pizza de la que hablaba el Sr. Ford.
Madam President-in-Office of the Council, usually, when I get back to Bergamo from Brussels, I arrive late in the evening and I go and have a pizza.
Señora Presidenta en ejercicio del Consejo, generalmente, cuando regreso a Bérgamo desde Bruselas, llego muy tarde y me voy a tomar una pizza.
A Europe with clam sauce or a more-or-less Neapolitan pizza which will be served up to the European public for next year?
¿De una Europa con salsa de almejas o una pizza más o menos napolitana que se servirá a la ciudadanía europea el año que viene?
It is interesting that a pizza produced, for example, in Ireland could contain ingredients that come from 60 different countries.
Resulta interesante que una pizza producida, por ejemplo, en Irlanda pueda contener ingredientes procedentes de 60 países.
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