Translation of candy in Spanish:


Pronunciation: /ˈkændi/

n (pl -dies)

  • 1.1 u (confectionery) golosinas (fpl), dulces (mpl) (AmL exc RPl) (before n) candy bargolosina en barra
    More example sentences
    • And the restaurant sells its own line of chocolate candies, brownies, and sumptuous dessert toppings from a retail counter up front.
    • I answer through a mouthful of chocolate candies.
    • Other studies of potato chips and chocolate candies show drastic increases in snacking when the subject is given a larger bag of food.
    1.2 c (individual piece) caramelo (m), dulce (m) (AmL exc RPl)

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