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Translation of "sauce" - English-Spanish dictionary

sauce

noun /soːs/
a usually thick liquid that is poured over other food in order to add moisture and flavour tomato sauce an expert at making sauces. saucy adjective ( comparative saucier, superlative sauciest) slightly rude
fresco, descarado
a saucy remark.
saucily adverb
con descaro
She smiled saucily.
sauciness noun
frescura, descaro, desfachatez
saucepan /-pən, (American) -pan/ noun a deep pan usually with a long handle for boiling or stewing food.
cacerola
Translations of “sauce”
in Arabic صَلْصة…
in Korean 소스…
in Malaysian sos…
in French sauce…
in Turkish sos, salça…
in Italian salsa…
in Chinese (Traditional) 濃液體, 調味汁,醬, 酒…
in Russian соус…
in Polish sos…
in Vietnamese nước chấm, nước xốt…
in Portuguese molho…
in Thai ซอส…
in German die Soße…
in Catalan salsa…
in Japanese ソース…
in Indonesian saus…
in Chinese (Simplified) 浓液体, 沙司,调味汁,酱, 酒…
(Definition of sauce from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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