Definition of dulce in English:

dulce

Syllabification: dul·ce
Pronunciation: /ˈdəlsā
 
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noun

  • A sweet food or drink, especially a candy or jam.
    [Spanish]
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    • He walked over to the Cuauhtemoc subway station, climbed stairs past old men and women selling nuts and dulces, and took the train over to the Padre Mier stop.
    • Sweets are quite popular in Guatemala and there is a wide variety of desserts and sweet breads like pan dulce, a sweet corn bread.
    • After a breakfast of pan dulce (sweet bread), fried bananas, and fresh orange juice, the pickup truck was loaded with medical supplies and we left for another village.

adjective

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  • Sweet or mild.
    [from Latin dulcis]
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    • Although her signature dulce voice was revered by all parang aficionados, she never won the prestigious title.

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