sopa

[ saw-pah ]

nounSpanish.

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How to use sopa in a sentence

  • The next day, as I had just sat down to my sopa, my hostess informed me that a man wished to speak to me.

    The Bible in Spain | George Borrow
  • This mess is called sopa de gato, probably from making cats, not Catalans, sick.

    Gatherings From Spain | Richard Ford
  • The measure of cleaned rice is as follows: Two full hands (one coconut shell full)—1 sopa (Ilocano supa; Spanish 1/8 ganta).

    The Tinguian | Fay-Cooper Cole
  • The next day, as I had just sat down to my “sopa,” my hostess informed me that a man wished to speak to me.

    The Bible in Spain | George Borrow
  • There was a very good broth—sopa de pan—followed by a fair preparation of fresh fish—pescado frito.

    Cuba Past and Present | Richard Davey