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Fridge in Spanish 🇪🇸


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fridge nevera
How to say “fridge” in Spanish? “Nevera”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “nevera” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on fridge in Spanish like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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nevera vs refrigeradora

I heard both. What’s the difference?

2 months ago

kind of. I met mexicans in Barcelona and they said ‘refri’ it’s just a short form but they use it when they talk to each other. There is always ‘Textbook Spanish’ vs. ‘what people actually say Spanish’ 🙂

2 months ago

I would say nevera or refrigeradora both are fine and widely used.
Fun Fact: when when I was in Barcelona, Spain (but Barcelona is Catalonia) they only said >nevereta< which is a small nevera I thought but they use it for fridges no matter the size.

2 months ago

I had to look it up myself it’s >frigorífico< and it is used in some parts of Mexico. Google says 'you might hear it but rarely see it written down.'

2 months ago

In some countries they even use: >heladera< which I really like

2 months ago

lol so many different words for the things that keeps my Fanta cool

2 months ago

Both wrong! It’s frigorífico! 😉

2 months ago

nevería isn’t a fridge.
It is sometimes used to refer to a ice cream store similar to an scoop shop in English afaik. (:

2 months ago

here is more fridge trivia google says:
In recent years, there has been a growing trend in Spain of using the word “frigo” as a slang term for “nevera” or “refrigerador”. This word is derived from the brand name “Frigo” of a popular ice cream brand in Spain.

2 months ago

FRIGO!!
I like it 😀
Where do you use it or can I only use it with some specific Uruguayans with certain dialects who live in Andorra?” I really enjoy trivia a lot.

2 months ago

This makes sense, as early refrigerators used blocks of ice to keep food cold.
I got one more Spanish word for fridge for you but I had to look it up myself:
It’s ‘frigo’.

2 months ago

lol nice. We definitely need more words for a fridge. As if Spanish is not difficult enough 😀
Just looked it up: The word “nevera” comes from the Latin word “nivaria”, which means “a place to store snow”.

2 months ago

That’s fresco! Any other fridge stories? 😀

2 months ago

FRIGORÌFICO have to say it out loud to remember it. But what is the safest bet?

2 months ago

Ok got it xD and the other word you used “friggorifico”?

2 months ago

refrigeradora is more common in some other Latin American countries than Argentina y Uruguay.

2 months ago

Where do they say: “refrigeradora”?

2 months ago

That’s common in Argentina & Uruguay I think. But I think native speaker understand everything.

2 months ago

In what country do they use that?

2 months ago

now I want some helado. Just checked and it also says “nevería”. Any ideas?

2 months ago

In mexico most common word is el refri

2 months ago

Memory trick

Never forget to close the fridge

2 months ago

pronunciation

normal speech: neh-VEH-rah

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