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candy / azúcar cande
 
candy   [ˈkændɪ]
A. -noun
1. (=sugar candy)   azúcar (m) cande
2. (United States)
(=sweets)   golosinas feminine plural,   caramelos masculine plural,   dulces masculine plural
a. it'noun like taking candy from a baby   es coser y cantar
B. -transitive verb
[+fruit]   escarchar
C. -compound
·candy bar   -noun
(United States)   barrita (f) de caramelo   (chocolate)   chocolatina (f)
·candy store   -noun
(United States)   confitería (f),   bombonería (f)
a. like a kid in a candy store
(especially United States)   como el rey/la reina del mambo,   como si fuera el amo/ama del mundo
 
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