Tsala'chat = plate
Can this also be used like "a plate (full of food)?"
If one says "יש לה צלחת אורז" (she has a rice plate), it would mean she has a plate filled with rice.
Sometimes, colloquially, depending on the context. Generally, it simply means the plate itself, and one would specify if they had food on the plate.
That makes sense -- but it told me to translate it as "she's a plate" -- not "she has a plate"
Group Shalom Can you register what you say in the app? Because I don t have it
I don't think I understand what you mean.