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How to Say “Food Spread” in Hebrew – Ulpan La-Inyan

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How to Say “Food Spread” in Hebrew – Ulpan La-Inyan

Some restaurants serve individual portions exactly according to what you’ve ordered. Other restaurants put out a whole spread before a waiter even greets you.
Such a spread, in Hebrew, is called פריסה
.
For example:
לכבוד החיילים ערכו פריסה מלאת כל טוב.
In honor of the soldiers they put out a spread of all good things.
פריסה
comes from the simple verb לפרוס
(in some Biblical texts, לפרושׂ
) – to spread.
 

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