Translation of syrup in Spanish:

syrup

Pronunciation: /ˈsɜːrəp; ˈsɪ-; ˈsɪrəp/

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  • 1.1 [Culin] (sugar solution) almíbar (m); (with other ingredients) jarabe (m), sirope (m); (for making soft drinks) jarabe (m), concentrado (m) canned fruit in syrup fruta enlatada en almíbar
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    • Select canned fruit in its own juice or water, not heavy syrup, and frozen fruit without added sugar.
    • Make a simple mint syrup by boiling sugar and water together for 5 minutes; cool.
    • Candied fruits and fruits preserved in syrup are also traditional.
    1.2 (medicine) jarabe (m) cough syrup jarabe para la tos
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    • This type of sedation involves swallowing sedative tablets or syrup.
    • Boxes of medicines, varying from children's syrup to Viagra and antiretrovirals, were found in the warehouse.
    • Simple cough mixtures contain ingredients known as demulcents, for example glycerin, honey and syrup.

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