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sabor

  
      sm   taste, flavour, flavor   (EEUU)     
con sabor a queso      cheese-flavoured  
este caramelo tiene sabor a naranja      this sweet tastes of orange, this sweet's orange-flavoured  
con un ligero sabor arcaico      with a slightly archaic flavour (to it)  
sin sabor      tasteless     (fig)   insipid  
MODISMOS le deja a uno mal/buen sabor de boca      it leaves a nasty/pleasant taste in the mouth  
  sabor local   local colour, local color   (EEUU)  
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
exp.
tasteless
exp.
insipid
[Fig.]
exp.
toffee-flavoured {o} -flavored
exp.
cheese-flavoured
exp.
it has a flavour of its own
exp.
with a slightly archaic flavour (to it)
exp.
this sweet's orange-flavoured
exp.
this sweet tastes of orange
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'sabor' also found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
exp.
sabor picante
exp.
sabor a pimienta
exp.
dar sabor a algo
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un sabor a almendra
exp.
tiene un sabor horrible
exp.
un sabor a tierra
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tener un sabor dulce
exp.
tiene un sabor extraordinario
exp.
una salsa de sabor fuerte
exp.
helado con sabor a menta
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"sabor": examples and translations in context
Digamos que tienen un sabor especial. Let's just say it's an acquired taste.
Escucharte no mejora el sabor de estas alubias mexicanas. Listening to you brag don't improve the taste of these Mexican strawberries none.
Tienen el sabor frutal, masticable. They have the fruit flavor, the chewable.
Supongo que discuten qué labial tiene mejor sabor. My guess is they're debating which lip gloss is the best flavor.
Cada habitacion tiene un sabor mexicano distinto. The boutique hotel rooms, each has a distinct Mexican flavour.
Destacar también la buena conservación y sabor de sus frutos. It is also important its good shelf-life as well as the flavour of its fruits.
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