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 Translation for 'sweets' from English to Greek
NOUN   a sweet | sweets
sweets {noun}γλυκά {τα}
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Translation for 'sweets' from English to Greek

sweets {noun}
γλυκά {τα}
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Usage Examples English
  • Sticky rice called "bora saul" is the core component of indigenous Assamese sweets, snacks, and breakfast.
  • The sweets in the bag format are the traditional fruit shaped sweets which are a little lighter than the previous round shapes sweets found in the tubes.
  • UK supermarket Asda produce a brand of sweets called 'Whatevers', in the style of Love Hearts, but with a range of British colloquial terms. The sweets are also manufactured by Swizzels Matlow.
  • Bhagathram sweets has Bangalore's best gulaab jamoons.
  • Among the traditional sweets are those prepared with coconut as alfajor and cocadas, and a variety of sweets prepared with milk.

  • As for sweets, along with other Qassimi sweets, the Qassimi Kleeja is a well-known sweet all over Saudi Arabia and in Eastern Arabia.
  • His mother had visited Japan on business and bought some Japanese sweets for him as a souvenir and went back to Russia.
  • The Andalusian influence in Southern Portugal can be found in sweets that incorporate figs, almonds and honey, namely the Algarve marzipan colourful sweets.
  • Conventual sweets (...) are a typical part of the Portuguese cuisine and a generic term to a variety of sweets in Portugal.
  • The name "Sweets Train" derives from the sweets served on board.

  • Bikanervala is an Indian restaurant chain headquartered in Delhi, that specializes in Indian sweets, snacks. Founded 115 years ago as a sweets and namkeen shop called Lalji in Bikaner, Rajasthan.
  • Flying saucers came 12th in a 2009 poll among adults for 'Britain's top sweets' and experienced a resurgence in popularity, along with other traditional sweets, in the 2010s.
  • Sri Krishna Sweets (...) is a popular Indian sweet manufacturer and eatery based in Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu.
  • According to Otto Preßler he operated a "Bonbon-Laden" (sweets shop) in the Holstenstrasse and another one in the Elisabethstrasse.
  • One of the typical gastronomic products of Morella is sweets known as flaons.

  • In the section on sweets, David comments that throughout the Mediterranean countries, the more complicated sweets are very often bought from pâtisseries; the few recipes she gives are for simple, traditional sweets made at home, such as "torrijas" (also called "pain perdu") and cold orange soufflé.
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