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fudge

noun uk   /fʌdʒ/ us  

fudge noun (SWEET)

[U] a soft sweet made from sugar, butter, and milk

fudge noun (AVOID)

[C usually singular] a plan or action that avoids making a clear decision or giving a clear answer: She suspects that this compromise deal will be nothing more than a fudge. It's a bit of a fudge but we could put the cost through on next year's budget.

fudge

verb [T] uk   /fʌdʒ/ us  
to avoid making a decision or giving a clear answer about something: The government continues to fudge the issue by refusing to give exact figures.
Traducciones de “fudge”
en español dulce de azúcar…
en francés fondant…
en alemán süßes Zuckerwerk…
en chino (tradicionál) 糖果, 奶油軟糖…
en ruso сливочная помадка…
en turco yumuşak şekerleme…
en chino (simplificado) 糖果, 乳脂软糖…
en polaco kajmak, karmel…
(Definition of fudge from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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