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sweet·en·er

 (swēt′n-ər)
n.
1. Something that sweetens.
2. Informal Something added as a further inducement or incentive.

sweetener

(ˈswiːtənə)
n
1. (Biochemistry) a sweetening agent, esp one that does not contain sugar
2. informal a bribe
3. (Banking & Finance) informal a financial inducement

sweet•en•er

(ˈswit n ər)

n.
something that sweetens, as sugar or a low-calorie sugar substitute.
[1640–50]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.sweetener - something added to foods to make them taste sweetersweetener - something added to foods to make them taste sweeter
flavorer, flavoring, flavourer, flavouring, seasoning, seasoner - something added to food primarily for the savor it imparts
aspartame - an artificial sweetener made from aspartic acid; used as a calorie-free sweetener
honey - a sweet yellow liquid produced by bees
saccharin - a crystalline substance 500 times sweeter than sugar; used as a calorie-free sweetener
refined sugar, sugar - a white crystalline carbohydrate used as a sweetener and preservative
sirup, syrup - a thick sweet sticky liquid
2.sweetener - anything that serves as an enticementsweetener - anything that serves as an enticement
enticement, temptation - something that seduces or has the quality to seduce
Translations
مادَّةٌ تـَحْلِيَةمادَّةٌ مُحَلِّيَه
sladidloumělé sladidlo
sødemiddel
makeutusaine
zaslađivač
édesítõ
sætuefni
甘味料
감미료
sladidlo
sötningsmedel
น้ำตาลเทียม
đường hóa học

sweetener

[ˈswiːtnəʳ] N
1. (Culin) → dulcificante m; (artificial) → edulcorante m
2. (= incentive) → incentivo m

sweetener

[ˈswiːtər] n
(for tea, coffee, food)édulcorant m
(= bribe) → bakchich m (= inducement) → bonus m

sweetener

n (Cook) → Süß(ungs)mittel nt; (esp artificial) → Süßstoff m; (inf, to make sth more acceptable) → Anreiz m; (inf: = bribe) → Schmiergeld nt

sweetener

[ˈswiːtnəʳ] n (Culin) → dolcificante m (fam) (bribe) → zuccherino, contentino

sweet

(swiːt) adjective
1. tasting like sugar; not sour, salty or bitter. as sweet as honey; Children eat too many sweet foods.
2. tasting fresh and pleasant. young, sweet vegetables.
3. (of smells) pleasant or fragrant. the sweet smell of flowers.
4. (of sounds) agreeable or delightful to hear. the sweet song of the nightingale.
5. attractive or charming. What a sweet little baby!; a sweet face/smile; You look sweet in that dress.
6. kindly and agreeable. She's a sweet girl; The child has a sweet nature.
noun
1. (American ˈcandy) a small piece of sweet food eg chocolate, toffee etc. a packet of sweets; Have a sweet.
2. (a dish or course of) sweet food near or at the end of a meal; (a) pudding or dessert. The waiter served the sweet.
3. dear; darling. Hallo, my sweet!
ˈsweeten verb
to make or become sweet or sweeter. Did you sweeten (= put sugar in) my tea?
ˈsweetener noun
something that sweetens, eg a substance used for sweetening food. Saccharin is an artificial sweetener, often used instead of sugar.
ˈsweetly adverb
in an attractive, charming, agreeable or kindly manner. She sang/smiled very sweetly.
ˈsweetness noun
ˈsweetheart noun
1. a boyfriend or girlfriend.
2. used as an endearment for any beloved person, eg a child. Goodbye, sweetheart!
sweet potato
(the edible tuber of) a tropical twining plant.
sweet-ˈsmelling adjective
sweet-smelling flowers.
sweet-ˈtempered adjective
kind and friendly.

sweetener

مادَّةٌ تـَحْلِيَة umělé sladidlo sødemiddel Süßstoff γλυκαντικό edulcorante makeutusaine édulcorant zaslađivač dolcificante 甘味料 감미료 zoetstof søtningsstoff słodzik adoçante заменитель сахара sötningsmedel น้ำตาลเทียม tatlandırıcı đường hóa học 甜味剂

sweetener

n. dulcificante.

sweetener

n edulcorante m; artificial — edulcorante artificial
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