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Spanish translation of 'mince pie'

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mince pie

pastel m de picadillo de fruta
See also mince

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Example Sentences Including 'mince pie'

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Do anything except dive in, because just one average mince pie packs in 252 calories.
Times, Sunday Times (2011)
I AM fond of mince pies but my dad is a proper fanatic.
The Sun (2011)
Is it too early for mulled wine and mince pies?
The Sun (2016)
It stops me feeling guilty when I'm eating my mince pie in front of the telly.
The Sun (2013)
Need to work off all those mince pies?
The Sun (2017)
Visitors can also enjoy mulled wine and hot mince pies while being entertained by carol singers.
The Sun (2016)
And you thought it was just the mince pies.
Times, Sunday Times (2013)
Then sit by one of the roaring fires and eat mince pies, while the curatorial team answer your questions.
Times, Sunday Times (2016)
Clearly there are just three more packets of mince pies to be consumed before the slimming begins.
The Sun (2017)
How does he have time to stop that many times in the night and eat all those mince pies and feed his reindeer?
The Sun (2013)
That will buy a lot of mince pies.
The Sun (2016)
The perfect plastic mince pie.
The Sun (2014)
The sweet mince pies were incredible.
Times, Sunday Times (2009)
There will be added spice to the mince pies and mulled wine next month.
The Sun (2016)
There's Santa and hot punch and mince pies for adults.
The Sun (2009)

Trends of 'mince pie'

Used Rarely. mince pie is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary

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