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Spoon in Spanish 🇪🇸

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

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Normal speech: koo-CHA-rah
IPA: ku.’tʃa.ɾa

8 months ago

do not confuse with

“Cucharita” = teaspoon.

8 months ago


“Hablar con cuchara” = “to speak with a refined or overly formal manner.”

8 months ago


From Latin “coclear,” meaning “spoon.”

8 months ago

cuchara info.

Tips to remember “cuchara”:

– Associating the word “cuchara” with an image of a spoon can help embed the term in your memory.
– Connect the word to a phrase such as “Cu-chara sounds like ‘Cu-ching’ to scoop,” which might help you recall that a cuchara is used to scoop food.
– Remember that “cuchara” shares the “cu-” sound with “cubiertos,” which means cutlery in Spanish, thus linking it to the family of utensils.


– “Cuchara” is a feminine noun in Spanish, so it will often be preceded by the definite article “la” (the) or the indefinite article “una” (a/an).

Other words that mean the same thing:

– “Pala”: In some contexts, it can mean a small spoon or scoop, but it more commonly refers to a shovel or spade.

Alternate meanings/slang:

– “Cuchara” sometimes can refer to a measuring spoon.
– In some Latin American countries, “cuchara” might colloquially be used to refer to someone who is sycophantic or who flatters others to gain favor, akin to the idea of “spoon-feeding” someone compliments.

Examples of sentences:

– Por favor, pásame la cuchara para servirme sopa. (Please, pass me the spoon to serve myself some soup.)
– Utiliza una cuchara para mezclar los ingredientes. (Use a spoon to mix the ingredients.)
– Tengo una colección de cucharas de diferentes países. (I have a collection of spoons from different countries.)
– ¿Tienes una cuchara de postre? Las otras son muy grandes. (Do you have a dessert spoon? The others are too big.)
– Mi abuela siempre decía que un buen cocinero prueba su guiso con su propia cuchara. (My grandmother always said that a good cook tastes their stew with their own spoon.)

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