Translation of aphrodisiac in Spanish:


afrodisíaco, n.

Pronunciation: /ˌæfrəˈdɪziˌæk//ˌafrəˈdɪzɪak//æfrəˈdiziˌæk/


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    afrodisíaco masculine
    • Whether these foods are actually aphrodisiacs is debatable.
    • The meal was vegetarian and lacked most spices, since certain foods are mild aphrodisiacs and monks supposedly lead celibate lives.
    • This vegetarian food is laced with aphrodisiacs.
    • The Chinese consider some mushrooms to be aphrodisiacs.
    • Lettuce was believed to be a powerful aphrodisiac.
    • Many people believe in the power of chocolate as an aphrodisiac, while others swear by a certain perfume or cologne to ignite desire in the sought-after other.
    • The leaves can be made into a tea or stewed, for use as an aphrodisiac.
    • Not surprisingly, the roots have a reputation as a powerful aphrodisiac.
    • Their flavours include chocolate, cardamom and ginger - all aphrodisiacs.
    • While not an aphrodisiac, this medication has been reported to increase interest in sex as well as arousal.
    • Oysters are always thought of as the ultimate aphrodisiac.
    • So just what is it that causes some foods to be labeled as aphrodisiacs?
    • Cocoa's stimulative effect - it was once regarded as an aphrodisiac - comes from some of the chemicals in the cocoa bean.
    • In the 17th century royals at Hampton Court drank it and ate it in vast quantities, believing it to be a powerful African aphrodisiac and hangover cure.
    • Poaching continues, however, partly because many Mexican men believe sea turtle eggs, eaten raw with a pinch of lime and salt, are aphrodisiacs.
    • In spite of its name, it is neither a stimulant nor an aphrodisiac.
    • Thousands of years ago, saffron was an expensive and aromatic spice use by ancient Egyptians, Romans, and Greeks as an aphrodisiac.
    • When it comes to traditional restorative products and aphrodisiacs many pills and potions bare little in common with their label.
    • For example, alcohol is commonly viewed as an aphrodisiac that increases sexual desire and capacity.
    • One question - is chocolate really an aphrodisiac?


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