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Translation of turrón in English:

sustantivo masculino

  • (type of candy traditionally eaten at Christmas)


    turrón blando

    • (candy made from ground almonds with a fudge-like consistency)

    turrón de Alicante

    turrón de chocolate

    • (candy made with chocolate and puffed rice)

    turrón de jijona

    turrón duro

    • (hard nougat-like candy)
Example sentences
  • Dato La miel hecha en casa es perfecta para este turrón.
  • Según los responsables de esta labor nos informaron que hasta el momento no se ha sancionado a ningún negocio por sus procesos, ni venta de los turrones.
  • Existe más de una historia sobre el origen del turrón de Doña Pepa.

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