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sugary

adjective uk   /ˈʃʊɡ.ər.i/ us    /-ɚ-/
containing sugar: all those sugary snacks that kids eat disapproving too good or kind or expressing feelings of love in a way that is not sincere: It's that sugary smile of his that I can't bear - it makes me want to puke!
Translations of “sugary”
in Korean 설탕이 든…
in Arabic سُكّري…
in Portuguese adocicado, melado…
in Catalan ensucrat…
in Japanese 砂糖が入った, 甘い…
in Italian zuccheroso…
in Chinese (Traditional) 含糖的, 過於甜蜜的,媚人的,甜言蜜語的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 含糖的, 过于甜蜜的,媚人的,甜言蜜语的…
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