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sugar

noun
 
 
/ˈʃʊɡ.ər/ US  //
[C or U] a sweet substance especially from the plants sugar cane and sugar beet, used to make food and drinks sweet
糖,食糖;(尤指)蔗糖
I don't take sugar in my coffee, thanks.
我的咖啡不加糖,谢谢。
How many sugars (= spoonfuls or lumps of sugar) do you take in your tea?
你的茶要加几匙糖?
Sugar and sugar substitutes
[C] specialized any of several types of simple carbohydrate that dissolves in water
糖(总称,指溶于水的碳水化合物)
Glucose and lactose are sugars.
葡萄糖和乳糖都是糖类。
Sugar and sugar substitutes
[as form of address] mainly US a friendly way of talking to someone that you know
宝贝儿,亲爱的
Hi, sugar, did you have a good day at school?
嗨,宝贝儿,你今天在学校过得好吗?
Affectionate terms of address
Translations of “sugar”
in Spanish azúcar…
in Arabic سُكَّر…
in Korean 설탕…
in Portuguese açúcar…
in French sucre…
in German der Zucker…
in Catalan sucre…
in Japanese 砂糖…
in Russian сахар, ложка сахара…
in Chinese (Traditional) 糖, (尤指)蔗糖, 糖(總稱,指溶於水的碳水化合物)…
in Italian zucchero…
in Turkish şeker…
in Polish cukier, łyżeczka cukru…
(Definition of sugar noun from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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