In Spanish we also use "fresco/a" for fresh. Wooow
In Portuguese too, the same!
In Catalan we say "fresc/a".
Does anyone know the etimology of φρέσκο, meaning fresh? Wiktionary has the Italian word fresco, the painting technique.
Same as "fresh" in English, I am thinking. Look up "fresh" in the Online Etymology Dictionary.
In italian too, "fresco" means "fresh". The painting technique is commonli called "affresco", even if the derivation is actually the same ( "a- fresco" painting).
Why is not accepting dish as φαγητό?
Food is τρόφιμο more accurate
I love this one because φρέσκο is exactly like in Spanish and i should have any problem trying to remember it :D