Discussion in 'Spanish-English Vocabulary / Vocabulario Español-Inglés' started by teddison5, Dec 21, 2006.
How would you say this in Spanish:
Creo: Untensilios de comer
In Mexico we always said cubiertos. It's very general, but it was always understood. I'd wait for more suggestions.
Vajilla works, too, but for somepeople that only means silverware, and for others, it means the whole dish set.
We say "cubiertos" in Spain as well
Yes, cubiertos = eating utensils (forks, knives, spoons)
Utensilios de cocina = kitchen utensils
En Perú usamos "cubiertos" para referirnos al cuchara, cucharita, tenedor y cuchillo.
Separate names with a comma.