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Translation of "sugar" - English-Spanish dictionary

sugar

noun [no plural]   /ˈʃʊɡ·ər/
A1 a very sweet substance used to give flavour to food and drinks azúcar coffee with milk and sugar
(Definition of sugar from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

sugar

noun /ˈʃuɡə/
the sweet substance that is obtained from sugar-cane, or from the juice of certain other plants, and used in cooking and for sweetening tea, coffee etc azúcar Do you take sugar in your coffee?
sugary adjective
tasting of sugar, or containing a lot of sugar azucarado sugary foods.
too sweet or sentimental meloso; sensiblero, sentimental a sugary story.
sugariness noun
carácter meloso/sensiblero/sentimental
sugarcane noun
a type of tall grass from whose juice sugar is obtained caña de azúcar (also adjective) the sugarcane harvest.
sugar-coated adjective
covered with icing glaseado, recubierto/bañado de azúcar sugar-coated biscuits.
sugar-free adjective
not containing sugar sin azúcar a sugar-free fizzy drink.
sugar lump noun
a small cube of sugar used for sweetening tea etc. terrón de azúcar
sugar tongs noun plural
an instrument for lifting sugar lumps pinzas para el azúcar a pair of sugar tongs.
(Definition of sugar from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “sugar”
in Korean 설탕…
in Arabic سُكَّر…
in Malaysian gula…
in French sucre…
in Russian сахар, ложка сахара…
in Chinese (Traditional) 糖, (尤指)蔗糖, 糖(總稱,指溶於水的碳水化合物)…
in Italian zucchero…
in Turkish şeker…
in Polish cukier, łyżeczka cukru…
in Vietnamese đường…
in Portuguese açúcar…
in Thai น้ำตาล…
in German der Zucker…
in Catalan sucre…
in Japanese 砂糖…
in Chinese (Simplified) 糖,食糖, (尤指)蔗糖, 糖(总称,指溶于水的碳水化合物)…
in Indonesian gula…
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