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Translation of "pepper" - English-Spanish dictionary

pepper

noun   /ˈpep·ər/
A2 [no plural] a powder that is made from seeds, used to give food a slightly spicy flavour pimienta salt and pepper
B1 a green, red, or yellow vegetable that can be eaten raw or cooked pimiento
(Definition of pepper from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

pepper

noun /ˈpepə/
the dried, powdered berries of a certain plant, used for seasoning food pimienta white/black pepper This soup has too much pepper in it.
the plant bearing these berries pimentero
any of several red, yellow, or green, hollow seed-containing fruits used as food pimiento red peppers stuffed with rice.
any of the plants which bear these. pimiento
peppery adjective
(of food) containing a lot of pepper picante por la pimienta The soup is too peppery.
easily made angry irritable, enojadizo, de malas pulgas, colérico a peppery old man.
peppercorn noun
the berry of the pepper plant. grano de pimienta
pepper mill noun
a small container in which peppercorns are ground into a powder. molinillo de pimienta
peppermint noun
a flavouring/flavoring taken from a type of plant and used in sweets etc menta, hierbabuena (also adjective) peppermint tea.
(sometimes abbreviated to mint) a sweet flavoured/flavored with peppermint pastilla/caramelo de menta The little boy had a bag of peppermints.
(Definition of pepper from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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