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Old June 07, 2009, 01:11 PM
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Bagels?

I have looked everywhere, and I can't find the Spanish word for bagels. I practically live on bagels, and part of my Spanish homework is to describe our meals. Is there a word for bagel or do I just have to say "los bagels"?
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Old June 07, 2009, 01:20 PM
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Buscaba y no encontré nada,

Rosquilla de pan = donut of bread

Pienso que "bagel" es una palabra que se puede usar en los dos idiomas

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Old June 07, 2009, 01:37 PM
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Pues yo no conocía la palabra bagel, ni he comido nunca un panecillo llamado así. De todos modos, ¿cómo traducirías "salmorejo"? Creo que hay palabras que no se pueden traducir
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Pues yo no conocía la palabra bagel, ni he comido nunca un panecillo llamado así. De todos modos, ¿cómo traducirías "salmorejo"? Creo que hay palabras que no se pueden traducir
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Old June 07, 2009, 04:34 PM
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Según Wikipedia, en español este panecito se llama bagel o beigel. Me gustan mucho partidos a la mitad y cubiertos de queso crema. Mmmm.
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El bagel es un tipo de panecillo, de origen judío. Su nombre procede del yídish (pronunciado béigal, más o menos). Es un panecillo horneado, con forma de anillo (parece rosquilla, pero no sabe igual de ninguna manera). Se lo corta a la mitad y se lo echa crema Philadelphia (cream cheese) u otras cosas. Muy a menudo, en Nueva York y por esos lares, también se lo echa salmón salado y ahumado (lox, del yídish laks). Mmmm, bagel and lox.

Que yo sepa, no hay ninguna traducción al español. Mejor dejarlo en su forma original.
As far as I know, there is no Spanish translation. It's better to leave it untranslated.

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No todo se traduce. Siempre lo he conocido como "bagel" (pronunciado "béiguel") y sabe mejor que como suena.
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To have I want to understand this very well, the word Bagel is one donut.

The donut and bagel meaning the same.


Just I have that doubt.

I appreciate your help.
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No. Un bagel no es dulce. Es un pan tan denso que mata hambre. La forma de un bagel parece es la forma de un donut pero un bagel no es dulce y no es frito.
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donut y bagel

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To have I want to understand this very well, the word Bagel is one donut.

The donut and bagel meaning the same.


Just I have that doubt.

I appreciate your help.
"Donut" y "bagel" no son la misma cosa. Un "bagel" parece que un "donut."
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