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syrup

noun /ˈsirəp, (American) ˈsəː-/
water or the juice of fruits boiled with sugar and made thick and sticky
jarabe; almíbar
maple syrup.
a purified form of treacle.
melaza
syrupy adjective of, or like, syrup.
almibarado
Translations of “syrup”
in Korean 시럽, 당밀…
in Arabic شَراب…
in French sirop, mélasse…
in Italian sciroppo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 糖漿, 糖漿(一種藥)…
in Russian сироп…
in Turkish şurup, şerbet…
in Polish syrop…
in Portuguese xarope, calda…
in German der Sirup…
in Catalan almívar, xarop…
in Japanese シロップ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 浓糖水, 糖浆(一种药)…
(Definition of syrup from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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