There are 2 main translations of fudge in Spanish:

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fudge 1

American English: /fədʒ/
British English: /fʌdʒ/


  • (Cookery)
    (especie de caramelo de dulce de leche)
    Example sentences
    • But, I gorged myself on prime rib and chocolate ice cream cake with hot fudge sauce.
    • You are trying to diet and someone offers you a luscious rich slice of chocolate fudge cake.
    • Things don't get better when I ask about dessert at the bar, and the barman confers with his superiors before revealing that all they've got left is hot chocolate fudge cake.

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There are 2 main translations of fudge in Spanish:

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fudge 2

transitive verb


intransitive verb

  • [colloquial]stop fudging and get to the point
    deja de dar rodeos y ve al grano
    they tend to fudge on sensitive issues
    no se definen or se van por la tangente cuando se trata de asuntos delicados
    Example sentences
    • As they did not insist on punishing the guilty, his supporters could take recourse to the ambiguities in political procedures to fudge the issue of criminal responsibility altogether.
    • So why does the council leaflet apparently fudge the issue by talking of education while not letting on that the education in question is of the private variety?
    • Once again it would appear that he is trying to fudge the issue.
    Example sentences
    • But if you don't feel comfortable with such blatant figure fudging, you can tinker with the words.
    • That's why I respect him so much - he gave an honest answer, rather than trying to fudge up data to support his desires, as do many, many figures on both the left and the right.
    • According to media reports, the corporation has been accused of fudging facts and figures regarding funds that were used for reconstruction and rehabilitation.


  • [colloquial] [euphemistic]
    ¡caray! [colloquial] [euphemistic]

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