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  • In addition, there is land for square-shaped plantains, vianda plantains, and all the rest.

    Proceedings of Fourth PCC Congress Reported

  • The palm-thatched house was set in a grove of mamey and mango trees, all heavily burdened with fruit; there was a vianda-patch, and, wonder of wonders, there were a half-dozen cows dozing in the shade.

    Rainbow's End

  • ¿Que os sirva vianda alguna Shall I serve you something while queréis mientras? you wait?

    Don Juan Tenorio

  • Solicita el prestamo para la compra de vianda grandes que facilitará el traslado de los comestibles.

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  • I think that comer and yantar are used in the same context. The main difference between them is that comer is the word we often use for the action of eating, and yantar is an obsolete word. I only have seen old villagers using the word yantar

    October 21, 2007

  • Is there a context where yantar occurs? For example, it English you could say victuals, snacks, grub, etc., each with a specific connotation.

    October 20, 2007

  • They're synonymous words, but comida (food in English) is the most used word. Then, the verbs comer and yantar (eat in English) are synonymous words too, but we usually use comer.

    October 20, 2007

  • What's the distinction between this and comida?

    October 20, 2007

  • Comida que se sirve a la mesa // Related words: comida, yantar (Spanish); food (English)

    October 20, 2007