Translation of sweetener in Spanish:

sweetener

endulzante, n.

Pronunciation /ˈswitnər//ˈswit(ə)nər//ˈswiːt(ə)nə/

noun

  • 1

    Cooking
    endulzante masculine
    (artificial) edulcorante masculine
    honey can be used as a sweetener la miel se puede usar para endulzar
    • Organic processed food is also different as many of the food additives, such as artificial sweeteners and hydrogenated fat, are not allowed.
    • Elizabeth's range is completely free from artificial colouring, sweeteners and preservatives and is available nationwide at Superquinn stores.
    • You can use artificial sweeteners instead of sugar.
    • The rats exhibited behavioral changes even when sugar was replaced with the artificial sweetener saccharin.
    • I must conclude that there is something about the combination of caffeine and artificial sweetener that makes this drink so special.
    • It's about pharmaceuticals that also supply unlabeled ingredients such as artificial sweeteners, preservatives, extracts, aromas, and all sorts of things.
    • Also don't give kids foods with the artificial sweetener aspartame, which can cause such side effects as excitability and mood swings.
    • It also railed against Mexico's imposition of a 20 percent tax on beverages and syrups made with sweeteners other than cane sugar.
    • She boiled the kettle and made herself a strong cup of tea, adding her aunt's sweeteners instead of real sugar.
    • But read the labels on some of these foods and you may find artificial sweeteners such as aspartame and sucralose on the ingredient lists, conveniently omitted from the front label.
    • When you substitute artificial sweetener for real sugar, however, the body learns it can no longer use its sense of taste to gauge calories.
    • There is no sugar or artificial sweetener in the whole world that could ever be that sweet (not even sugar).
    • One of this drink's chief ingredients is the artificial sweetener aspartame.
    • Foods which are most likely to cause problems are those laden with additives such as colourings, flavourings, preservatives and artificial sweeteners.
    • Avoid all artificial sweeteners found in diet drinks and some diabetic foods as these are toxic to the liver and can cause hypoglycaemia and fatigue.
    • So why not cut out sugar and artificial sweeteners (which carry their own risks) and try sweetening your lemonade, smoothies and summer dessert recipes with xylitol, lo hart or stevia?
    • Often, bodybuilders will substitute diet sodas and powdered drink mixes with artificial sweeteners to avoid sugar calories.
    • In 1926 the artificial sweetener saccharine was popularized.
    • Many avoid refined white sugar, using sweeteners like brown rice syrup, fruit juice concentrate or stevia.
    • Alcohol, tomatoes, spices, chocolate, caffeine, citrus drinks, artificial sweeteners and acidic foods may irritate your bladder.
  • 2informal

    (bribe) soborno masculine
    (bribe) coima feminine Southern Cone Peru informal
    (bribe) mordida feminine Mexico informal
    (bonus) aliciente masculine
    • Fine Gael also claimed the money was being used as a sweetener to buy votes in next year's local and European elections because the projects will only then be coming on stream.
    • The money was a sweetener to speed the release of Anderson and other kidnapped Americans.
    • Cities spent decades dangling tax breaks and other financial sweeteners to attract big business.
    • The Budget was derided by many as an election sweetener, offering up liberal cash incentives to families with young children.
    • Meanwhile, Scotland on Sunday can also reveal that the Beatson, which treats 8,000 new patients a year, has been trying to lure new doctors by offering £16,000 sweeteners.
    • Parents in South Lakeland are being offered cash sweeteners to persuade them not to take their youngsters out of school in term time.
    • Elsewhere, the Abbey National is offering a #50 cashback sweetener to encourage borrowers to stick with them, ‘because life's complicated enough’.
    • However, its chairman, Len Picken, believes the only solution may be the development of a teaching hospital and a series of sweeteners offered to young graduates to encourage them to stay on.
    • These are the statistics, the sweeteners and the rewards of tortuous negotiations.
    • A considerable sweetener that may be welcome by those who have pumped money into Rotherham but perhaps not by the paying punters who will feel cheated.
    • As more developers offer sweeteners to lure flat buyers, Guangzhou Investment has come up with a "buy one, get one free" incentive for up to two home purchasers at its Pokfulam Terrace project.
    • Mr Cullen has also added an extra €5,000 sweetener to encourage Senators to take the package, according to the Opposition parties.
    • Logic have recently been offering sweeteners to try to encourage people to sign up, but they've been pretty unimpressive.