kucharz

English translation: cook

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Polish term or phrase:kucharz
English translation:cook
Entered by: bajbus

14:14 Jul 31, 2017
Polish to English translations [PRO]
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Polish term or phrase: kucharz
Dyplom potwierdzający kwalifikacje zawodowe:
.....zdał egzamin potwierdzający kwalifikacje w zawodzie: kucharz.

Tyle kontekstu. Mam wątpliwości czy cook czy chef. Jest wykwalifikowany ale bez doświadczenia w zawodzie bo dopiero uzyskał dyplom. Czytałam wyjaśnienia odnośnie cook i chef a jednak nadal nie wiem co powinno być na tłumaczeniu tego dyplomu. Może mi ktoś to jakoś logicznie wyjaśnić ?
Dziękuję :)
bajbus
Local time: 09:45
cook
Explanation:
If you have a culinary degree and/or trained under a notable chef and have moved up the ranks, you are typically considered a chef. If you simply dabble in the kitchen at home or are just starting out at the bottom of the restaurant totem pole, you are almost always considered a cook.
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VirtualKat
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Local time: 03:45
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Dziękuję bardzo za pomoc :)
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cook


Explanation:
If you have a culinary degree and/or trained under a notable chef and have moved up the ranks, you are typically considered a chef. If you simply dabble in the kitchen at home or are just starting out at the bottom of the restaurant totem pole, you are almost always considered a cook.


    Reference: http://www.reluctantgourmet.com/difference-cook-chef/
VirtualKat
United States
Local time: 03:45
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Dziękuję bardzo za pomoc :)
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Asker: Thank you for your explanation :)


Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  Frank Szmulowicz, Ph. D.: Cook is right. The bottom of the totem pole is the dishwasher. Perhaps, next is the sous-chef and then the executive chef. Bon appétit!
3 hrs
  -> Thanks, it was just a quote from the site. Best regards. :-)

agree  Jacek Kloskowski
12 hrs
  -> Thank you. :-)
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