In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1sabor masculinegusto masculinea strong/meaty flavor — un sabor fuerte/a carne
- chocolate-flavor — con sabor / gusto a chocolate
- ice cream in many flavors — helados de varios sabores
- a novel with a romantic flavor — una novela de sabor romántico
- flavor of the month — el hombre (/ la película etc. ) del momento
1(drink/food) sazonarI'll flavor it with nutmeg — lo sazonaré con nuez moscada
- the cake was flavored with coffee — el pastel era de café
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