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05:25 May 3, 2001
English to Spanish translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: sweet
it is an adjective to describe a food
Joe Watson

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nadulce / azucaradosamsi
nadulceAlvin Adams, Jr



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"Dulce" is the most common adjective for a sweet taste in food. If the sweetening comes from sugar, you could use "azucarado."


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Alvin Adams, Jr
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Andrea Kopf
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dulce / azucarado

for food you can use either of them

dulce = sweet, honeyed, sugared
azucarado = sugared, sugary, sugar-coated

hope this it helps

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