sweet-and-sour


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sweet-and-sour

(swēt′n-sour′)
adj.
Flavored with a sauce containing sugar and vinegar: sweet-and-sour pork.

sweet-and-sour

adj
(Cookery) (of food) cooked in a sauce made from sugar and vinegar and other ingredients

sweet′-and-sour′



adj.
cooked with sugar and vinegar or lemon juice and often other seasonings.
[1925–30]
Translations

sweet-and-sour

[ˌswiːtənˈsaʊəʳ]
A. ADJagridulce
B. Nplato m agridulce (especialmente en la comida china)
is sweet-and-sour all right for you?¿te parece bien un plato agridulce?

sweet-and-sour

[ˌswiːtəndˈsaʊəʳ] adjagrodolce
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