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unskimmed
American English: /ˌənˈskɪmd/
British English: /ʌnˈskɪmd/

Translation of unskimmed in Spanish:

adjective

  • sin descremar or (Spain) desnatar
    no descremada or (Spain) desnatada
    Example sentences
    • It was unskimmed in 32%, half-skimmed in 64% and skimmed milk in 1% of the cases.
    • All the best unskimmed milk was used, and the recipe was for a long-keeping, drier cheese that would last till winter or be suitable to take to market.
    • One month went by, two months, nine months, and the empress gave birth to a son, as white as unskimmed milk, and as fair-haired as moonlight.

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