Definición de gulab jamun en inglés:

gulab jamun

Saltos de línea: gulab jamun
Pronunciación: /ɡʊˌlɑːb ˈdʒɑːmʌn
 
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sustantivo

An Indian sweet consisting of a ball of deep-fried paneer boiled in a sugar syrup: brown, sticky gulab jamuns [mass noun]: he ordered gulab jamun for everybody
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Some sweets which originated in C. Asia were developed under Moghul influence into the delicacies well known in India as barfi, halva, gulab jamun, jalebi, etc.
  • They had never been in a room with electric lamps and fans nor had they ever tasted a gulab jamun (a common Indian sweet) until then.
  • Who on earth would expect chaat, paratha, paani puri, rasmalai, saag ghosht, paneer or gulab jamun as part of their in flight meal?

Origen

from Hindi gulāb 'rose water' and jāmun 'fruit'.

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