Translation of sugary in Spanish:

sugary

Pronunciation: /ˈʃʊgəri/

adjective/adjetivo

  • 1.1 [syrup/drink/taste] dulce, azucarado
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    • The Food Standards Agency said adverts for fast food outlets and sugary drinks are fuelling childhood obesity and sowing the seeds for future ill-health.
    • Compared to the average American diet, DASH is substantially lower in saturated fat, total fat and cholesterol, with fewer sweets, sugary drinks and red meat.
    • In addition, children from families who eat a lot of sugary foods and drink sweet liquids, who have a lot of cavities, and who do not go to the dentist very often are at risk for cavities.
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    • For the last few years, during Keweenaw Week in August, the mine dump has been bulldozed for collectors, who have recovered a number of white to pink datolite nodules, many with a sugary texture.
    • Pan-toasting the raisins gives them a unique crusty, sugary texture; if using dried currants, skip step 1.
    • They suddenly appeared in antique shops in England in the 1970s; of a grainy, sugary texture, they probably come from Murano.
    1.2 [tones/smile] meloso, almibarado; [romance/movie] sensiblero, empalagoso
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    • Before you turn the page, wondering why I've chosen such a dreadful piece of sugary sentimentalism for this week's painting, give Greuze's grieving girl a second glance.
    • But there has been a feeling among some that he may have allowed sugary sentiment to cloud his judgment about players' grumbles over their guidance.
    • You're very into the sensitive, sugary stuff that sentiments are made of.

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