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dulzón

  
      adj   , dulzarrón      adj  
1    (=demasiado dulce)   sickly-sweet
2    pey   (=empalagoso)   cloying
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"dulzón": examples and translations in context
Las flores son blancas, en racimos colgantes, muy aromáticas y de sabor dulzón. The flowers are white, hanging in clusters, very aromatic and sweet flavor.
Él no lo sabía, pero el olor dulzón y barato de los vendedores de coches era lo que me llevaba al sueño del pasado. It was the sweet, cheap smell of car dealers that took me back, and made me dissolve into the past.
El hedor dulzón se extendía por todo el campo. The sweetish stench was spreading throughout the camp.
Los judíos suelen desprender un desagradable olor dulzón. Jews often have an unpleasant sweetish odor.
Mañana, Bob Kelso vendrá más dulzón que las flores con miel. Tomorrow, Bob Kelso will be sweeter than flowers dipped in honey.
No tiene nada que ver con los "prosciuttos" italianos de Parma y San Daniele o los franceses de Bayona, poco curados y de sabor dulzón. It has nothing to do with the italian "prosciuttos" Parma or San Daniele or the french Bayona, wich are less cured and of sweeter flavor.
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