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Spanish translation of “jelly”

jelly

noun /ˈdʒeli/ (plural jellies)
a transparent, smooth food, usually fruit-flavoured
gelatina
I’ve made raspberry jelly for the party.
the juice of fruit boiled with sugar until it is firm, used like jam, or served with meat.
jalea
any jelly-like substance
jalea
Frogs’ eggs are enclosed in a kind of jelly.
(American ) same as jam1. jellyfish noun (plural jellyfish, jellyfishes) a kind of sea animal with a jelly-like body
medusa
She was stung by a jellyfish.
(Definition of jelly from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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