Translation of confection in Spanish:

confection

Pronunciation: /kənˈfekʃən/

n

  • 1.1 (sweet) dulce (masculine)
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    • Whipped cream adds a touch of luxury to almost any dessert and is essential for certain sweet confections such as ice cream sundaes.
    • Daily specials keep things lively, from a haunting goat-cheese flan to a melting confection of strawberries and coconut ice cream.
    • It adds interest to steamed rice and is often used in fruit salads, pudding, homemade ice cream and other confections.
    1.2 (creation) creación (feminine)
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    • And yes, his canvases are gorgeous - well-executed mixed media confections filled with vivid iconography and fresh colour combinations.
    • Galliano has always had a playful spirit with clothes, literally whipping them into confections of pure fantasy.
    • This has it all, a peculiar confection of tall tales and reality blended together in a strange and moving way.

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