Translation of butter in Spanish:
- apple butter (American English)butter wouldn't melt in her/his mouthmermelada (feminine) or (in Southern Cone also) dulce (masculine) de manzanato push somebody's butterses una mosquita muerta(before noun) butter dishdarle or meterle caña a alguien [colloquial]Example sentences
- They are served hot or cold spread with butter or margarine and sometimes jelly jam and cream.
- We defined high fat dairy food as whole milk, ice cream, hard cheese, butter, and sour cream.
- Dairy products such as butter, cream, and cheese are important parts of the diet, along with pork.
- (bread)buttered toastuntar con mantequilla or (River Plate area) mantecaponerle mantequilla or (River Plate area) manteca apour the mixture into a buttered dish (British English)tostadas (feminine plural) con mantequilla or (River Plate area) mantecavierta la mezcla en un molde enmantequillado or untado de mantequilla or (River Plate area) enmantecadoExample sentences
- Apryl half-heartedly smiled back as she picked up a slice of toast and buttered it.
- Janice had made her two slices of toast and buttered them, and set them on the counter by the door, wrapped in a paper towel.
- She said: ‘I was buttering a piece of bread and I just dropped what I was doing.’
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