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flavor also: (British English) flavour
American English: /ˈfleɪvər/
British English: /ˈfleɪvə/

Translation of flavor in Spanish:

noun

countable or uncountable
  • a strong/meaty flavor
    un sabor fuerte/a carne
    chocolate-flavor
    con sabor or gusto a chocolate
    ice cream in many flavors
    helados (masculine plural) de varios sabores
    a novel with a romantic flavor flavor of the month [colloquial]
    el hombre ( or la película etc) del momento

transitive verb

  • (food/drink)
    I'll flavor it with nutmeg
    le pondré nuez moscada para darle sabor
    lo sazonaré con nuez moscada
    the cake was flavored with coffee
    el pastel era de café

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