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Sweet

Spanish
English

sweet
ADJ

sweet
ADJ

sweet
ADJ

dulce
NM
sweet
N

sweet
ADJ

sweet
ADJ

sweet
ADJ

sweet
ADJ

sweet
ADJ

sweet
ADJ

sweet
ADJ

sweet
ADJ

sweet
ADJ

sweet
ADJ

sweet
ADJ

sweet
ADJ

sweet
N

golosina
NF
sweet
N

sweet
N

sweet
N

sweet-toothed
ADJ

sweet-toothed
ADJ

sweet flag
N

NM
dulce
sweet roll
N

sweet roll
N


sweetheart
N

sweetheart
N

sweet-toothed
ADJ

sweet-toothed
ADJ

sweet-singing
ADJ

sweet-singing
ADJ

sweet graceful
ADJ

sweet-singing
ADJ

sweet-singing
ADJ

sweet-singing
ADJ

sweet-toothed
ADJ

sweet-toothed
ADJ

sweet-toothed
ADJ

sweet-toothed
ADJ

sweet basil
N

sweet potato
N

sweet potato
N

sweet potato
N

sweet apple
N

sweet mixed drink
N


sweet william
N


sweet william
N


sweet one
N

NM
sweet sound
N

sweet nothings
N



to sweet-talk
V


large sweet
ADJ

calamus sweet flag
N

NM Plural
N Plural

dulces
NM Plural
N Plural


ADV


ligeramente dulce
ADJ
sweetish
ADJ

sweetheart
N

sweetheart
N

NM Plural
sweets
N

sweetheart
N
love

sweets
N

chocho
NM
dulces
sweets
N



sweetheart
N

sweetness
N


sweetheart
N

golosina
NF


lechecillas
NF Plural

sweetness
N


endulzar
VT
to sweeten
VT

to sweeten
V

to sweeten
V

to sweeten
V

to sweeten
V

to sweeten
V

to sweeten
V

to sweeten
V

bitter-almond sweetmeat
N


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English Definitions

N
English phonetician; one of the founders of modern phonetics (1845-1912)
sweet
N
a dish served as the last course of a meal
sweet
N
a food rich in sugar
sweet
N
the taste experience when sugar dissolves in the mouth
sweet
N
the property of tasting as if it contains sugar
sweet
having or denoting the characteristic taste of sugar
sweet
having a sweet nature befitting an angel or cherub
sweet
pleasing to the ear
sweet
pleasing to the senses
sweet
pleasing to the mind or feeling
sweet
having a natural fragrance
sweet
(used of wines) having a high residual sugar content
sweet
not containing or composed of salt water
sweet
not soured or preserved
sweet
with sweetening added
sweet
in an affectionate or loving manner (`sweet' is sometimes a poetic or informal variant of `sweetly')
sweet acacia
N
tropical American thorny shrub or small tree; fragrant yellow flowers used in making perfumery
sweet alison
N
perennial European plant having clusters of small fragrant usually white flowers; widely grown in gardens
sweet almond
N
small bushy deciduous tree native to Asia and North Africa having pretty pink blossoms and highly prized edible nuts enclosed in a hard green hull; cultivated in southern Australia and California
sweet almond oil
N
pale yellow fatty oil expressed from sweet or bitter almonds
sweet alyssum
N
perennial European plant having clusters of small fragrant usually white flowers; widely grown in gardens
sweet balm
N
bushy perennial Old World mint having small white or yellowish flowers and fragrant lemon-flavored leaves; a garden escapee in northern Europe and North America
sweet basil
N
annual or perennial of tropical Asia having spikes of small white flowers and aromatic leaves; one of the most important culinary herbs; used in salads, casseroles, sauces and some liqueurs
sweet basil
N
leaves of the common basil; used fresh or dried
sweet bay
N
shrub or small tree having rather small fragrant white flowers; abundant in southeastern United States
sweet bells
N
bushy deciduous shrub of the eastern United States with long racemes of pinkish flowers
sweet birch
N
common birch of the eastern United States having spicy brown bark yielding a volatile oil and hard dark wood used for furniture
sweet buckeye
N
a tall and often cultivated buckeye of the central United States
sweet calabash
N
West Indian passionflower with edible apple-sized fruit
sweet calabash
N
apple-sized passion fruit of the West Indies
sweet calamus
N
perennial marsh plant having swordlike leaves and aromatic roots
sweet cassava
N
South American plant with roots used as a vegetable and herbage used for stock feed
sweet cherry
N
large Eurasian tree producing small dark bitter fruit in the wild but edible sweet fruit under cultivation
sweet cherry
N
any of several fruits of cultivated cherry trees that have sweet flesh
sweet chestnut
N
wild or cultivated throughout southern Europe, northwestern Africa and southwestern Asia
sweet cicely
N
European herb with soft ferny leaves and white flowers
sweet cicely
N
aromatic resin that is burned as incense and used in perfume
sweet cicely
N
fresh ferny leaves and green seeds used as garnish in salads and cold vegetables; dried seeds used in confectionery and liqueurs
sweet cider
N
unfermented cider
sweet clover
N
erect annual or biennial plant grown extensively especially for hay and soil improvement
sweet coltsfoot
N
American sweet-scented herb
sweet coltsfoot
N
European herb with vanilla-scented white-pink flowers
sweet corn
N
a corn plant developed in order to have young ears that are sweet and suitable for eating
sweet corn
N
corn that can be eaten as a vegetable while still young and soft
sweet corn plant
N
a corn plant developed in order to have young ears that are sweet and suitable for eating
sweet cup
N
the edible yellow fruit of the Jamaica honeysuckle
sweet elder
N
common elder of central and eastern North America bearing purple-black berries; fruit used in wines and jellies
N
annual Eurasian herb similar in fragrance and medicinal uses to chamomile though taste is more bitter and effect is considered inferior
sweet Fanny Adams
N
little or nothing at all
sweet fern
N
mat-forming lithophytic or terrestrial fern with creeping rootstocks and large pinnatifid fronds found throughout North America and Europe and Africa and east Asia
English Definitions from WordNet 3.0
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