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Their meals included sugar and tea imported from distant colonies. The Times Literary Supplement (2008)All fruits store energy naturally as sugars. The Sun (2009) Sprinkle with the sugar and season with salt and pepper. The Sun (2012) One was sugar and the other was dietary fat such as cholesterol. Times, Sunday Times (2012)This could lead to extra weight and higher blood sugar cells. The Sun (2012)Gently fold the caster sugar into the cream to combine. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Gradually add the icing sugar and continue to beat. The Sun (2014)The sugar car has been specially adapted to run on sugar beet instead of petrol. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Sugar encourages the body to store fat. The Sun (2012)Sprinkle with the flaked almonds and brown sugar. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Mix the coffee granules and sugar in a cup. The Sun (2012)This could be difficult as most processed foods have sugar in them. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Tours end with an invitation to taste samples of the various sugars produced. Times, Sunday Times (2009)You may as well just eat from the sugar bowl. The Sun (2013)He said he had been alerted to the high sugar content of many cereals by going shopping. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Taste and adjust the seasoning with salt and sugar. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The source of the energy is glucose, a basic simple sugar obtained from food. The Harper Dictionary of Science in Everyday Language (1988)He also called for a sugar tax, with the money raised going to fund health services. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Sugar, fat and protein molecules are taken through the cell membrane where they are processed by the mitochondria into energy. The Beat Fatigue Workbook - how to identify the causes (1988)
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Translations for 'sugar'
British English: sugar /ˈʃʊɡə/ NOUN
Sugar is a sweet substance, often in the form of white or brown crystals, used to sweeten food and drink.
...bags of sugar.
- American English: sugar
- Arabic: سُكَّر
- Brazilian Portuguese: açúcar
- Chinese: 糖
- Croatian: šećer
- Czech: cukr
- Danish: sukker
- Dutch: suiker
- European Spanish: azúcar
- Finnish: sokeri
- French: sucre
- German: Zucker
- Greek: ζάχαρη
- Italian: zucchero
- Japanese: 砂糖
- Korean: 설탕
- Norwegian: sukker
- Polish: cukier
- European Portuguese: açúcar
- Romanian: zahăr
- Russian: сахар
- Spanish: azúcar
- Swedish: socker
- Thai: น้ำตาล
- Turkish: şeker
- Ukrainian: цукор
- Vietnamese: đường ăn
Definition of sugar from the Collins English Dictionary
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