Definition of 'delicious'
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They taste delicious and are full of fibre. The Sun (2017)Pasta dishes are often delicious simply fried with a little olive oil the day after being made. The Sun (2017)They took us to their home and fed us a delicious meal of rice and beans. The Sun (2017)IT'S not just about cooking up delicious meals in the kitchen. The Sun (2016) Food looks more delicious in daylight. Times, Sunday Times (2016)This book has 50 delicious recipes and explains the best soups to eat and when. The Sun (2016)In an unexpected twist, it smells delicious too. The Sun (2016)It will still taste delicious, mind. Times, Sunday Times (2016)We wound up the day with a delicious meal at our hotel - the welcoming Beaulieu. The Sun (2016)They soak up the delicious chicken flavour. Times, Sunday Times (2014)This simple salad provides all five tastes in one delicious mouthful. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Yet the warmth and honey spread over the notes were always a delicious compensation. Times, Sunday Times (2011)There are many many recipes for this delicious sticky drink. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The heat from the pasta will cook the egg to a delicious creamy coating. The Sun (2013)They made simple food from delicious local produce. Times, Sunday Times (2013)This dish is delicious with rice and a sharp green salad. Times, Sunday Times (2008)This easy pasta dish would be equally delicious with fresh clams. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Your tub will sparkle and smell delicious. The Sun (2016)Today we have two more exercises along with more delicious meal plans. The Sun (2007)It adds a delicious tangy flavour to meat dishes and salads. The Sun (2012)This simple combination looks stunning and tastes unbelievably delicious with a dollop of fresh tomato sauce. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The food is always seasonal and delicious. Christianity Today (2000)Now they have released a book of delicious recipes for pies of all seasons. The Sun (2011)This delicious and nourishing dish is cheap and quick to make. Asthma and Eczema - special diet cookbook (1989)There was always a delicious smell coming from our kitchen. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The finished dish is almost like a warm steak salad and is a delicious and hearty meal. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Fresh pods are worth splashing out on for the delicious flavour they bring to baking. The Sun (2012)They have their own delicious elusive taste. Food Watch (1994)Our house is always filled with delicious aromas of baking muffins and simmering sauces. The 8-Week Cholesterol Cure (1990)Wouldn't that be a delicious irony? The Sun (2011)When creamy and delicious, season with the sugar and a little salt and pepper. Times, Sunday Times (2014)You don't have to do very much to make fresh meat delicious. Times, Sunday Times (2012)There is a delicious irony about a campaign promising more honesty in politics through the deployment of an argument it must know to be entirely dishonest. Times, Sunday Times (2011)
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Translations for 'delicious'
British English: delicious /dɪˈlɪʃəs/ ADJECTIVE
Delicious food or drink has an extremely pleasant taste.
There was a wide choice of delicious meals.
- American English: delicious
- Arabic: شَهِيّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: delicioso
- Chinese: 好吃的
- Croatian: slastan
- Czech: lahodný
- Danish: lækker
- Dutch: lekker
- European Spanish: delicioso
- Finnish: herkullinen
- French: délicieux
- German: köstlich
- Greek: πεντανόστιμος
- Italian: delizioso
- Japanese: 美味しい
- Korean: 맛있는
- Norwegian: lekker
- Polish: wyborny
- European Portuguese: delicioso
- Romanian: delicios
- Russian: восхитительный
- Spanish: delicioso
- Swedish: utsökt
- Thai: อร่อย
- Turkish: lezzetli
- Ukrainian: смачний
- Vietnamese: ngon
Definition of delicious from the Collins English Dictionary
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