|with sugar or some other sweetener added||sweetened|
|(from French) nut or fruit that is coated with sugar; silver-coated candy bead used for cake decorations; sugar-coated medicated candy||dragee|
|(Medicine) type I diabetes mellitus, chronic condition in which the beta cells of the pancreatic islets produce little or no insulin (patients must regularly inject insulin to control blood sugar)||IDD (insulin-dependent diabetes)|
|(Slang) hostile and tough sailor, having the taste of salt; having salt added; sharp, shrewd; pertaining to the sea or life at sea, lively and amusing, of sea or sailors, tasting of salt||salty|
|, , vegetable, sugar pea||snow pea|
|A small charge, typically 1/8 point, added to the purchase price and subtracted from the selling price by the dealer for odd-lot quantities.||Differential|
|a trademark for a cocktail of bourbon, bitters, Pernod, and sugar, with a twist of lemon||Sazerac|
|a trademark for a cookie made with flour, brown sugar, chocolate chips, and often chopped nuts||Toll-House|
|abnormally high level of blood sugar (Medicine), too much sugar in blood||hyperglycemia|
|absorbent, drying agent, causing the absorption of moisture (about a substance), substance that causes drying (added to paints and other substances)||siccative|
|accents or other signs added to writing to give distinct characteristics||diacriticals|
|accessory, auxiliary part; supplement, appendix, assistant, attached temporarily to a staff, inessential part of sentence, something extra added on||adjunct|
|act of intermingling; something added to a mixture; mixture of ingredients||intermixture|
|act of joining one thing to another; basic mathematical operation in which separate numbers are brought together into one total sum; augmentation, supplement, something added, annex, calculation, chemical reaction, putting in or on, see also:substitution||addition|
|act of lacing; decorative trimming of cord; flogging, whipping; strap or cord which is used to tie or fasten; small amount of liquor added to food or drink, alcohol added to drink, beating, lace that fastens||lacing|
|act of putting in, act of setting in; something which has been placed in, inserted addition, attachment point, inserted genetic material, injection, something added||insertion|
|act of sprinkling, distribute small amounts of, give out in small amounts, light rain, light rain; small amount, handful, rain very slightly, scatter or be scattered throughout things, disperse; spray; fall lightly, drizzle (about rain), sugar particle...||sprinkle|
|act of strengthening, fortification; reward or punishment designed to encourage or discourage a particular response (Psychology); act of reinforcing, added support, additional troops or weapons, something added to increase strength||reinforcement|
|act of superinducing, bringing in of something as an addition; something superinduced, added feature||superinduction|
|add (Mathematics); summarize, add up, amount of money, amount that is determined by adding two or more numbers; whole amount, entire quantity; unspecified amount; essence, gist; group of numbers to be added up; summary, arithmetical calculation, combin...||sum|
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EUdict (European dictionary) is a collection of online dictionaries for the languages spoken mostly in Europe. These dictionaries are the result of the work of many authors who worked very hard and finally offered their product free of charge on the internet thus making it easier to all of us to communicate with each other. Some of the dictionaries have only a few thousand words, others have more than 320,000. Some of the words may be incorrectly translated or mistyped.
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