Translation of lollipop in Spanish:

lollipop

piruleta, n.

Pronunciation /ˈlɑliˌpɑp//ˈlɒlɪpɒp/

noun

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    (candy)
    piruleta feminine
    chupachup(s) masculine Spain trademark
    paleta feminine Mexico Andes
    chupetín masculine River Plate
    colombina feminine Colombia
    chupete masculine Peru Chile
    before noun lollipop lady/man persona que detiene el tráfico para permitir que los escolares atraviesen la calzada
    • It's also about childhood and the hedonistic pleasures of lollipops and bubblegum pop.
    • Top off each goodie bag with a lollipop accented with additional jelly beans.
    • So, lollipops and sucking sweeties were banned, but soft sweets and chocolate were deemed OK in moderation.
    • Ask your parents if teachers handed out candy or if bus drivers offered lollipops.
    • Its laboratories have already copied some examples for use in children's lollipops.
    • The big candy bars cost $1 each and the lollipops 50 cents.
    • The reference to an ice-cream shop excursion has been edited out, and math word problems have been revised so that items like lollipops and candy bars are not included to teach kids arithmetic.
    • I fail to see how giving drunken yobs lollipops and chocolate will help alleviate the problem of drunken behaviour in town and city centres at weekend.
    • She brought along a clown baggy full of candied goodies, such as lollipops, gumdrops, and jelly beans.
    • At issue is candy that contains significant amounts of chili powder, including lollipops coated with chili, and powdery mixtures of salt, lemon flavoring and chili seasoning.
    • Handing out chocolate and lollipops to pub revellers in a good mood at the end of the night is one of the schemes already operating in East Lancashire.
    • The country's candy market stands at $319 million in 2000 with a wide range of products including chewy candy, jelly, hard candy and lollipops.
    • If the ritual centers around the oral fixation, and not the tobacco or the smoke itself, you could substitute a lollipop, licorice or hard sour candy for the cigarette.
    • Just as in the eye pin, the circle needs to be sitting on top of the wire like a lollipop on a stick.
    • The plump girl had finished her lollipop and threw the stick over her shoulder.
    • I sat back down and resumed my editing, sticking the grape lollipop back in my mouth.
    • She ordered a few cookies, a coffee with cream and three packets of sugar, an iced mocha, some chocolate lollipops, and after-coffee mints to finish the meal off.
    • I'm looking at Blake the way a little starry-eyed kid looks at a giant lollipop in a candy store.
    • Life is not all candy canes and lollipops but it doesn't mean we should forget what the results of our actions are.
    • On my side were little sugar rivers and lollipops sticking out of the ground.
  • 2British

    (iced)
    lolly