Translation of canapé in Spanish:

canapé

canapé, n.

Pronunciation /ˈkænəˌpeɪ/ /ˈkænəˌpi/ /ˈkanəpeɪ/

noun

  • 1

    canapé masculine
    • But instead of resorting to the sort of supermarket canapés that are served with inevitable monotony at so many parties, why not opt for home-made nibbles, which also work out far cheaper.
    • From the canapés with our pre-dinner drink to the petits-fours served with coffee in the lounge, nothing could be faulted.
    • The company would assemble round this table, propose toasts, clink glasses, down the first glass of vodka in a gulp, and quickly follow it with a bite of herring or a caviar canapé.
    • In addition, the conventioneers consumed 2,500 smoked salmon canapés, nine roast steamships of beef and nine honey-glazed hams.
    • We had private access to a new exhibition in the museum followed by a champagne & canapé reception all served by excellent staff in a magnificently decorated pair of rooms.
    • Pre-dinner drinks outside are always welcome, though, weather-permitting, and this is also the time to serve up some substantial canapés - this means that dinner can be delayed if the sun is still up.
    • The room was full of people talking, drinking, plucking canapés from the silver trays of passing waiters.
    • I was busy preparing canapés all day in preparation for the launch party, but I found the time to get my hair done, so I looked half presentable.
    • A number of artists and sculptors will be present and wine and canapés will be served throughout the evening to the accompaniment of gentle jazz music.
    • Tickets cost £5 which includes a champagne reception with canapés and a raffle.
    • Sitting by the pool in the balmy evening air, we enjoyed delicious drinks and canapés.
    • And then he plies me with a series of divine canapés, and some extremely good champagne.
    • So when the mini fish pies and smoked duck canapés arrived, I was positively gasping for a glass of bubbly.
    • Entrées, affordably priced between $1.50 and $5.75, include your standard imperial, spring or egg rolls, as well as dumplings and shrimp canapés.
    • We were waited on hand and foot, served from silver salvers with tasty canapés and our glasses were never empty.
    • Champagne will be served at midnight, followed by canapés at 1 a.m.
    • A stewardess, having given the officials canapés, asked whether she should serve them to the players.
    • Aperitifs and canapés in the Cedar Room and post-prandial drinks in the gazebo on the lawn should not be missed.
    • Diners will be treated to scrumptious canapés and cocktails at the first hotel after which they will board a coach and travel to the next hotel for starters.
    • You may think that canapés are perfectly nice little mouthfuls of harmless kitsch, and what's the difference between a canapé in the hand or a starter on the plate.