candied


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Related to candied: candied fruit, Candied yams

candied

incrusted with sugar: candied fruit; prepared by cooking in sugar: candied yams; flattering: candied words
Not to be confused with:
candid – frank, ingenuous, outspoken; open and sincere; informal; unposed: a candid snapshot;

can·died

 (kăn′dēd)
adj.
Permeated, covered, encrusted, or cooked with sugar: candied sweet potatoes.

candied

(ˈkændɪd)
adj
1. (Cookery) impregnated or encrusted with or as if with sugar or syrup: candied peel.
2. (Cookery) (of sugar, honey, etc) crystallized

can•died

(ˈkæn did)

adj.
1. impregnated or incrusted with sugar: candied ginger.
2. cooked in sugar or syrup: candied yams.
3. honeyed; flattering: candied words.
[1590–1600]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.candied - encrusted with sugar or syrup; "candied grapefruit peel"
sugary - containing sugar; "he eats too much sugary food"
2.candied - (used especially of fruits) preserved by coating with or allowing to absorb sugar
preserved - prevented from decaying or spoiling and prepared for future use
Translations
مقنّد، مُغَطّى بالسُّكَّر
kandovanýobalený v cukru
kandiserede
sykraîur, sykurhúîaîur
kandizovaný
şekerlenmişşekerli

candied

[ˈkændɪd]
A. ADJazucarado
B. CPD candied fruit Nfruta f escarchada
candied peel Npiel f almibarada

candied

[ˈkændid] adjconfit(e)
candied apple (US)pomme f caraméliséecandied peel nécorce f d'orange (or de citron) confite

candied

adj (Cook) → kandiert, gezuckert; candied peel (of lemon)Zitronat nt; (of orange)Orangeat nt

candied

[ˈkændɪd] adjcandito/a
candied peel → scorzette fpl di frutta candita
candied apple (Am) → mela caramellata

candy

(ˈkӕndi) plural ˈcandies noun
1. sugar formed into a solid mass by boiling.
2. (American) a sweet or sweets; (a piece of) confectionery. That child eats too much candy; Have a candy!
ˈcandied adjective
covered with sugar. candied fruits.
candy floss (American cotton candy)
flavoured sugar spun into a fluffy ball on the end of a stick.
References in classic literature ?
He was a young man of much mental activity, and, above all, gifted with a spirit of contrivance; but then, his faculties would not tell with great effect in any other medium than that of candied sugars, conserves, and pastry.
What's more important is that candy--or candied breakfast cereals, soft drinks, and other sugary foods--not be part of their daily diets.