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    Question How do you ask for pizza in other countries?

    Recently in the thread: ¿Como se traduce Pop-Corn en el mundo?
    We experienced how to say Pop-Corn in other parts of the world.

    And I was wondering: Does the same happen with Pizza for example?

    When I visited Taiwan a few months ago, they called it /Piza/ in the street, as phonetic.
    In the international airport of Qatar, the same happened.

    So! this are the questions,
    • WHAT NAME DOES PIZZA HAVE IN YOUR COUNTRY?
    • DO YOU KNOW HOW TO ASK FOR ONE IN OTHER COUNTRIES?
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    Default Re: How do you ask for pizza in other countries?

    En esta pagina (https://www.indifferentlanguages.com/es/palabra/pizza) aparece una tabla de como se llama en algunos países.
    En la mayoría de ellos se llama igual.

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    Default Re: How do you ask for pizza in other countries?

    LOL, FreddyDiaz just posted the ultimate solution all at once.

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    Default Re: How do you ask for pizza in other countries?

    THE WORLD though divided by it's ideals and toppings, its united by BREAD! by PIZZA!
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    Default Re: How do you ask for pizza in other countries?

    Sounds like one of those universal words. Like taxi for example :P

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    Default Re: How do you ask for pizza in other countries?

    Quote Originally Posted by francot View Post
    Sounds like one of those universal words. Like taxi for example :P
    Absolutely!

    Although, be careful when visiting Italy and asking for a pizza because you'll only get bread!!

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    Default Re: How do you ask for pizza in other countries?

    Quote Originally Posted by agustinab View Post
    Absolutely!

    Although, be careful when visiting Italy and asking for a pizza because you'll only get bread!!
    Then, How do you order pizza in Italy?
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    Default Re: How do you ask for pizza in other countries?

    Maybe: Una pizza, grazie!

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    Default Re: How do you ask for pizza in other countries?

    Quote Originally Posted by eidjit View Post
    Then, How do you order pizza in Italy?
    I was told that you had to ask for pizza with whatever toppings you'd like. It's as if you customized it while you order.

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    Default Re: How do you ask for pizza in other countries?

    Quote Originally Posted by iyuanobi View Post
    LOL, FreddyDiaz just posted the ultimate solution all at once.
    Hay que llevar la lista impresa en el bolso de viaje

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