French translation of 'savoury'
(ˈseɪvəri) (British) or savory (US)
- (not sweet)
⇒ Is it sweet or savoury?
C'est sucré ou salé?
Derived Formssavouries plural noun (British)
canapés, biscuits salés, etc., servis à l'apéritif ou lors d'une soirée
Example Sentences Including 'savoury'
At night the din reduced to a murmur of talk and bursts of low laughter round little savoury fires with rings of skewered meat sizzling.A Roomful of Birds - Scottish short stories 1990
There would be something for Freda and Jim when they came in again, and perhaps the savoury smell would tempt Helen.The White Dove
The savoury smells that met him were the first steps in the softening process.Noble Beginnnings
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'savoury' in Other Languages
- Arabic: ذو مذاق مُشَةٍ
- Brazilian Portuguese: salgado salgada
- Chinese: 咸味的
- Croatian: pikantan
- Czech: pikantní
- Danish: krydret
- Dutch: hartig
- European Spanish: sabroso sabrosa
- Finnish: suolainen makean vastakohta
- French: salé
- German: pikant
- Greek: εύγευστος εύγευστη
- Italian: salato salata
- Japanese: 塩味の
- Korean: 짭짤한
- Norwegian: velsmakende
- Polish: smaczny smaczna
- Portuguese: salgado salgada
- Romanian: picant picant, picantă, picanți, picante
- Russian: соленый или пряный соленая или пряная
- Spanish: sabroso sabrosa
- Swedish: smårätt
- Thai: ที่เป็นของคาว
- Turkish: tuzlu ve baharatlı
- Ukrainian: пікантний
- Vietnamese: đậm đà
Translation of savoury from the Collins English to French Dictionary