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Meaning of “sweet” - Learner’s Dictionary

sweet

adjective     /swiːt/
TASTE
A1 with a taste like sugar: It was covered in a very sweet chocolate sauce.Flavours and tastesVarious qualities of foodSweets
ATTRACTIVE
A2 attractive, often because of being small: Look at that kitten - isn't she sweet?AttractiveSexual attractionSmart and elegant
KIND
B1 kind and friendly: It was really sweet of you to come.Kind and thoughtfulGenerous and charitableCharity organizations
SMELL/SOUND
A sweet smell or sound is pleasant.Describing qualities of soundSmells and smelling
sweetness noun [U]
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