Translation of spice in Spanish:
- 1.1 countable or uncountable (seasoning) the spices used in Indian cookeryspice trade/islandslas especias utilizadas en la cocina india1.2 uncountable (zest, interest) to add spice to a storycomercio (masculine) /islas (feminine plural) de las especiashacer un relato más sabroso(with sexual connotations)→ variety 1 1hacer un relato más picanteExample sentences
- The police officer is an interesting character and adds spice to the investigations.
- Believe me, the usage of missiles and countermeasures adds a lot of spice to the game.
- There are some variants that we have found add more spice / interest.
- 1.1 (Cookery) (often passive) I don't like highly spiced food(seasoned)no me gusta la comida demasiado condimentada(hot, peppery)1.2no me gusta la comida picante(add excitement to)to spice up a storydarle sabor adarle más sabor a un relato(with sexual connotations)hacer un relato más picanteExample sentences
- While Jack uses the sale to clear end of line stock etc, there are always a lot of interesting items from regular stock to spice up the event.
- This particular tabloid saw fit to urge readers to spice up their Sunday by studying something other than football and racing form; naked exploitation in the most explicit manner.
- Sexy jazz vocals spice up transitions from one fantasy to the next tryst, and sometimes the characters mouth the words, fantasizing that they're singers, to great effect.
- Many are spiced, or flavoured with lemon zest, and further embellished with nuts and dried or candied fruit.
- However, the curry was rich and flavourful, pungently spiced, with the medium heat level towards the upper reaches of my spice tolerance.
- I recommend spiced apricot sauce to serve with chicken.
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