There are 2 translations of tart in Spanish:

tart1

Pronunciation: /tɑːrt; tɑːt/

n

Phrasal verbs

tart up

(British English/inglés británico) [colloquial/familiar]
1.1verb + object + adverb/verbo + complemento + adverbio (dress up, make-up) acicalar [colloquial/familiar], emperifollar [colloquial/familiar] she spends hours tarting herself up se pasa horas acicalándose or emperifollándose [colloquial/familiar] 1.2verb + object + adverb, verb + adverb + object/verbo + complemento + adverbio, verbo + adverbio + complemento [building/room] remodelar

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There are 2 translations of tart in Spanish:

tart2

adj

  • 1.1 (acid) [taste/apple] ácido, agrio
    More example sentences
    • This compound has a fruity flavour which, when added to the tart taste of acetic acid, gives the complex character to a good wine vinegar.
    • And the tangy apple flavour found in most Chardonnays comes primarily from malic acid, the tart acid found in apples.
    • Boyle went on to characterize acids, noting their sour or tart taste and their ability to corrode metals.
    1.2 (cutting) [rejoinder/remark] cortante, áspero
    More example sentences
    • He has tart remarks concerning the latest Anglican commotions.
    • He looked incredulous, unoffended by her tart tone.
    • She was old enough to be Bahzell's mother, and her tart tone was so like his old nurse's that he grinned despite his tension.

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The Basque autonomous police force is called Ertzaintza. Its members, called ertzainas, wear a uniform of red sweaters and berets, and white jackets. Despite the Ertzaintza's wide range of responsibilities, the Guardia Civil and Policía Nacional still operate in the Basque Country.