English translation of 'épicé'
Example Sentences Including 'épicé'
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Au 1er étage, resto sono mondiale, after hours, épicé africain.Actuel
Le menu des discussions était pourtant particulièrement épicé.Le Monde (1999)
Pour le gratin de crabe crémeux et épicé ou les sashimis de bar.Le Monde (2002)
Si le mets n'est pas assez épicé, les gens iront voir ailleurs !Le Monde (1999)
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'épicé' in Other Languages
British English: spicy /ˈspaɪsɪ/ ADJECTIVE
Spicy food is strongly flavoured with spices.
Thai food is hot and spicy.
- American English: spicy
- Arabic: مُتبَّلٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: condimentado
- Chinese: 香辣的
- Croatian: začinjen
- Czech: ostrý kořeněný
- Danish: stærk
- Dutch: kruidig
- European Spanish: especiado
- Finnish: voimakkaasti maustettu
- French: épicé
- German: würzig
- Greek: πικάντικος
- Italian: piccante
- Japanese: 香辛料を入れた
- Korean: 향료를 넣은
- Norwegian: krydret
- Polish: pikantny
- European Portuguese: condimentado
- Romanian: condimentat
- Russian: пряный
- Spanish: condimentado
- Swedish: kryddstark
- Thai: ที่มีรสจัด
- Turkish: baharatlı
- Ukrainian: пікантний
- Vietnamese: có nêm gia vị
British English: spiced ADJECTIVE
Food that is spiced has had spices or other strong-tasting foods added to it.
Every dish was served heavily spiced.
Translation of épicé from the Collins French to English
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