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Definición de “sweeten” en inglés

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sweeten

verb [T] uk   /ˈswiː.tən/ us  

sweeten verb [T] (TASTE)

to make something taste sweet: The apple mixture can be sweetened with honey.

sweeten verb [T] (MORE PLEASANT)

to make something more attractive: The management sweetened the deal by offering an extra two percent to staff on the lowest end of the pay scale. to make a person or a mood happier or friendlier: I think you should try to sweeten him up before you ask him for the loan.
Traducciones de “sweeten”
en coreano 달게 하다…
en árabe يُحلّي…
en portugués adoçar…
en catalán endolcir…
en japonés ~に甘味を加える, ~を甘くする…
en italiano addolcire, dolcificare, zuccherare…
en chino (tradicionál) 味道, 使變甜…
en ruso подслащивать…
en turco tatlandırmak…
en chino (simplificado) 味道, 使变甜…
en polaco słodzić, osłodzić…
(Definition of sweeten from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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