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Question: how do You say "snack" in Tagalog

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Author Photo by: Eddiej8308
Oct 24 2020, 10:42pm CST ~ 7 mos. ago. 
Question: how do You say "snack" in Tagalog
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Author Photo TeacherElcy Badge: Native Tagalog SpeakerOfficial Tagalog.com Teacher Teacher
Oct 24 2020, 10:46pm CST ~ 7 mos. ago. 
 
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Author Photo frankiko
Oct 24 2020, 11:16pm CST ~ 7 mos. ago. 
suggest you use the dictionary section of TAGALOG.COM, you'll find the tagalog word for snack there. I find this dictionary to be the most useful dictionary I have come across for Tagalog.
 
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Author Photo Ahkasi
Oct 25 2020, 12:02am CST ~ 7 mos. ago. 
Baon or pulutan if your drinking (maybe)
 
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Author Photo jkos Badge: AdminBadge: SupporterBadge: Serious SupporterBadge: VIP Supporter
Oct 25 2020, 10:34am CST ~ 7 mos. ago. 
@Eddiej8308
Meryenda = a general snack
Baon = snacks or provisions for going on a trip
Pulutan = drinking or party snacks
 
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Author Photo DelChloe Badge: Native Tagalog Speaker
Oct 25 2020, 11:48pm CST ~ 7 mos. ago. 
@Eddiej8308 baon is the answer
 
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Author Photo Anonymous
Oct 26 2020, 12:11am CST ~ 7 mos. ago. 
@Eddiej8308
Meryenda
Baon
Pulutan
 
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Author Photo matuwidlakad
Oct 26 2020, 7:50pm CST ~ 7 mos. ago. 
Kakanin
 
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Author Photo matuwidlakad
Oct 26 2020, 7:51pm CST ~ 7 mos. ago. 
Kakanin
 
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Author Photo MajheAperin
Oct 26 2020, 8:41pm CST ~ 7 mos. ago. 
@Eddiej8308 Pagkain or Meriyenda
 
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Author Photo BoraMac Badge: Supporter
Oct 26 2020, 10:21pm CST ~ 7 mos. ago. 
Sabi ko snnaaaaawwwlk. Char.
 
Meryenda brought by the Spanish as originally late afternoon experience. Filipinos tend to use as mid-morning refueling often with kape break.
 
Baon is food to go...usually portioned to a small snack and individually wrapped with love to fuel you in a weak spot when you are out and about.
 
Chicharon..fried pork rinds...or so many other flavorings of cracklings...and sometimes extended to any packaged fried snacks.
 
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Author Photo my2cents
Oct 28 2020, 11:31am CST ~ 7 mos. ago. 
@Eddiej8308
Aside from those already mentioned, you could use "chichiria" - it is usually applied to potato chips, nuts, and other similar light snacks that we refer to as junk food.
Another possibility is "pika-pika" -- usually applied to finger foods at cocktail parties. Cf. h'ors de ouvres.
 
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Author Photo Johnnygamingjamm
Oct 29 2020, 3:56am CST ~ 7 mos. ago. 
Meryenda
 
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Author Photo MarcoPolo
Oct 29 2020, 12:06pm CST ~ 7 mos. ago. 
i dunno
 
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Author Photo AtsusaKai Badge: Native Tagalog Speaker
Oct 30 2020, 8:42am CST ~ 7 mos. ago. 
Meryenda is the one commonly used in tagalog.
 
Baon is provisions, not necessarily snacks (it could be your lunch brought to work, food for the trip, or even money).
 
Pulutan is typically a type of food paired with drinks or beverages (often liquor or beer).
 
Meryenda is the word you're looking for.
 
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Author Photo marousarne Badge: Native Tagalog SpeakerOfficial Tagalog.com Teacher Teacher
Oct 30 2020, 8:51am CST ~ 7 mos. ago. 
@Eddiej8308 Meryenda. MER-YEN-DAH :-)
 
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