Definition of 'buffet car'
Example sentences containing 'buffet car'
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Livy soothed him, and ordered the best wine on the list in the buffet car. THE AMBASSADOR'S WOMEN (2002)I go to the train's buffet car to buy myself something to eat. LOVE YOU MADLY (2002)Not trusting the buffet car, and not wanting to cost Mrs Clayton any unnecessary money, Isa had made up a package of sandwiches and fruit. THE AMBASSADOR'S WOMEN (2002)
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Translations for 'buffet car'
British English: buffet car /ˈbʊfeɪ kɑː/ NOUN
On a train, the buffet car is the carriage where food is sold.
- American English: dining car
- Arabic: عَرَبَة المَقْصَف
- Brazilian Portuguese: vagão-restaurante
- Chinese: 餐车
- Croatian: vagon restoran
- Czech: jídelní vůz
- Danish: spisevogn
- Dutch: restauratiewagen
- European Spanish: vagón restaurante
- Finnish: ravintolavaunu
- French: wagon-restaurant
- German: Speisewagen
- Greek: καροτσάκι για μπουφέ
- Italian: vagone ristorante
- Japanese: ビュッフェ車
- Korean: 식당차
- Norwegian: spisevogn
- Polish: wagon restauracyjny
- European Portuguese: vagão-restaurante
- Romanian: vagon cu bufet
- Russian: вагон-ресторан
- Spanish: vagón restaurante
- Swedish: buffévagn
- Thai: รถมีอาหารที่ลูกค้าบริการตัวเอง
- Turkish: yemekli vagon
- Ukrainian: вагон-буфет
- Vietnamese: toa bán thức ăn
Definition of buffet car from the Collins English Dictionary
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