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bitter

noun [U]   /ˈbɪtər/ UK
a type of beer with a bitter tasteBeer and cider
Traducciones de “bitter”
en coreano 쓴맛이 나는 맥주, 비터…
en árabe نُوع من البيرة…
en portugués cerveja amarga, cerveja bitter…
en catalán cervesa amarga…
en japonés ビター(ビールの一種)…
en italiano birra amara…
en chino (tradicionál) 苦啤酒…
en ruso горькое пиво…
en turco siyah bira…
en chino (simplificado) 苦啤酒…
en polaco piwo (gorzkie)…
(Definition of bitter noun from the Cambridge Learner's Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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