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butter

noun /ˈbatə/
a fatty substance made from cream by churning
mantequilla
a slice of bread and butter.
buttery adjective
mantecoso
a buttery scone.
buttercup noun a wild plant with cup-shaped yellow flowers.
Ranúnculo
butterfingers noun (informal) a person who is likely to drop things which he or she is carrying.
manazas, torpe
butterscotch /-skotʃ/ noun a kind of hard toffee made with butter.
dulce de azúcar terciado con mantequilla
butter up phrasal verb (informal ) to flatter (someone) usually because one wants him to do something for one
dar coba a
You’ll have to butter up the boss if you want to leave early.
Translations of “butter”
in Arabic زُبْدة…
in Korean 버터…
in Malaysian mentega…
in French beurre…
in Turkish tereyağ…
in Italian burro…
in Chinese (Traditional) 奶油,牛油…
in Russian масло…
in Polish masło…
in Vietnamese bơ…
in Portuguese manteiga…
in Thai เนย…
in German die Butter…
in Catalan mantega…
in Japanese バター…
in Indonesian mentega susu…
in Chinese (Simplified) 黄油…
(Definition of butter from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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