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Meaning of “tart” - Learner’s Dictionary

tart

adjective     /tɑːt/
having a sour, bitter taste: You might need some sugar on the fruit - it's a bit tart.Flavours and tastes
Translations of “tart”
in Arabic لاذِع…
in Korean 시큼한…
in Malaysian masam…
in French sur…
in Turkish ekşi, acı, buruk tad veren…
in Italian aspro…
in Chinese (Traditional) 酸的, (尤指水果)酸的…
in Russian кислый, терпкий…
in Polish cierpki…
in Vietnamese cay, chát, chua…
in Spanish ácido…
in Portuguese ácido, azedinho…
in Thai ซึ่งมีรสจัด…
in German sauer…
in Catalan àcid, amargant…
in Japanese すっぱい, 酸味のきつい…
in Indonesian getir…
in Chinese (Simplified) 酸的, (尤指水果)酸的…
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