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deliciousadjective

uk   us   /dɪˈlɪʃ.əs/
B1 having a very pleasant taste or smell: a delicious cake The delicious smell of freshly made coffee came from the kitchen. This wine is delicious. used to describe a situation or activity that gives you great pleasure: I have some delicious gossip to tell you.
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deliciousness
noun [U] uk   us   /-nəs/
Translations of “delicious”
in Arabic شَهي, لَذيذ…
in Korean 맛있는…
in Malaysian lazat…
in French délicieux…
in Turkish leziz, lezzetli, nefis…
in Italian delizioso…
in Chinese (Traditional) 美味的, (味道或氣味)誘人的, 好玩的,有趣的,有意思的…
in Russian вкусный…
in Polish wyśmienity, pyszny…
in Vietnamese thơm ngon…
in Spanish delicioso, rico…
in Portuguese delicioso…
in Thai อร่อย…
in German köstlich…
in Catalan deliciós…
in Japanese おいしい…
in Indonesian lezat…
in Chinese (Simplified) 美味的, (味道或气味)诱人的, 好玩的,有趣的,有意思的…
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