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Spanish translation of “sour”

sour

adjective /ˈsauə/
having a taste or smell similar in nature to that of lemon juice or vinegar
agrio, ácido, amargo
Unripe apples are/taste very sour.
having a similar taste as a stage in going bad
agrio, rancio
sour milk.
(of a person, his character etc) discontented, bad-tempered or disagreeable
amargado, áspero
She was looking very sour this morning.
sourly adverb
amargamente
She sourly refused to answer my question.
sourness noun
amargura
(Definition of sour from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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