There are 3 main translations of tart in Spanish

: tart1tart2tart3

tart1

tarta, n.

Pronunciation: /tɑrt//tɑːt/

noun

Cooking

  • 1

    (large) tarta feminine
    (large) kuchen masculine Chile
    (individual) tartaleta feminine
    (individual) tarteleta feminine River Plate
    apple/plum tart tarta de manzana/ciruela
    • They can also be shredded into scones or bread to add a gorgeous yellow colour, or added to savoury tarts, sweet buns or sponge puddings.
    • Only one dessert - a pumpkin-meringue tart at war with itself - misfires.
    • Cover each tart with a puff pastry circle and bake until the puff pastry is golden and crisp, about ten minutes.
    • We shared a pudding - home-made apple tart with vanilla ice cream and blueberry sauce.
    • Other desserts include French apple tarts, New York cheesecake, and praline imperial.
    • I liked the apple tart (with a rich buttery crust and fresh pecan ice cream), and the intensely caramelized Mexican tres leche torte.
    • We had roast potatoes and cauliflower and then something like apple tart with custard for afters.
    • Dessert was a further roll-call of tradition and included lemon tart, apple crumble, apple tart, banoffi pie, praline cake and creme caramel.
    • Desserts here have been a weak link, from a tough-crusted fruit tart to tough-skinned profiteroles to a too-goopy bread pudding.
    • We end with Chinese egg custard tart, not too sweet, and very, very light.
    • We eventually get our custard tarts, still warm from the oven.
    • There were also single-crusted tarts with similar fillings and tarts of apples and other fruits.
    • Place a buttercup squash tart on a plate with a serving of salad next to the tart.
    • The dessert cabinet, which contained an apple tart, cheesecake, strawberries and fruit salad, remained tantalisingly out of reach.
    • Among the street stall holders was Bernie Nyham whose delicious home cooking treats featured apple tarts and custard pies.
    • Proper lunch food is also available, including soups, hot savoury tarts, sandwiches, Greek salad and vegetable lasagne.
    • We use pastry trimmings for our tarts, as the pastry rises less and gives a fine, crisp finish.
    • Place pineapple on dessert plate and top with chocolate tart and ice cream.
    • There are bagels and muffins, chocolate chip cookies, eclairs, tarts, Danish pastries, baklavas and quiches.
    • We skipped dessert which included pear tart, Italian summer pudding (there's optimism for you) and tirami su.

There are 3 main translations of tart in Spanish

: tart1tart2tart3

tart2

fulana, n.

Pronunciation: /tɑrt//tɑːt/

noun

informal

  • 1

    (promiscuous woman)
    fulana feminine informal
    puta feminine vulgar slang
    piruja feminine Colombia Mexico informal
    loca feminine River Plate informal
    chusca feminine Chile informal
    • Maybe you will read this and think she was a tart, but please do not judge someone you don't know.
    • You might get a tart calling over, ' Hello Jack, how are you ' - that sort of thing.
    • It's an exaggeration to say that Boswell and his contemporaries would start the day with a tuppeny tart, get blotto at lunchtime and join in a riot on the way home but not much of an exaggeration.
    • I trust that our council is not spending the £20,000 per day collected from hard-pressed motorists on decorating our roads to the point where they start to resemble a tart's boudoir.
    • I started to peel off my wetsuit jacket; feeling now a little bit like a tart in a French brothel on a busy Bastille Day.
    • The suffragettes donned red lipstick as a feminist statement at a time when only tarts and actresses wore the old war paint.
    • The only alibi he can provide for the night of the murder is that he was being spanked by a tart in frilly knickers.

There are 3 main translations of tart in Spanish

: tart1tart2tart3

tart3

ácido, adj.

Pronunciation: /tɑːt//tɑrt/

adjective

  • 1

    (acid)
    (apple/taste) ácido
    (apple/taste) agrio
    • It's a medium to large, red- and green-striped fruit with a crisp, juicy, sweetly tart taste.
    • And the tangy apple flavour found in most Chardonnays comes primarily from malic acid, the tart acid found in apples.
    • The starter of wild mushroom salad was a delight of deep, earthy tastes with a tart balsamic dressing to sharpen up the wild fungus.
    • One of our choices was an apple crumble, which brilliantly combined sweet and tart tastes, together with vanilla parfait and toffee sauce.
    • Incredibly, after all that, we decided we still had room for dessert, and we tried a tart Cranberry Apple Crisp and a luscious Espresso Nut Brownie.
    • Need I say that the inch-thick portions were crusty brown on the outside, rosy pink on the inside, steaming from the warmer, speckled with tart dabs of fresh horseradish?
    • Hawthorns are loved for their sweet, tart taste which can improve the appetite, help digestion and aid in weight reduction.
    • This recipe keeps the purée very tart and sharp.
    • Tastes like a cross between a pear and a very tart apricot, with a small kick at the end.
    • A crisp, slightly tart apple dipped in chewy caramel is a classic sweet.
    • His brulée was yummy; the tart sweetness of the raspberries combining well with the cool, creamy texture of the creme fraiche and the toffee crunch of the burnt-sugar topping.
    • My mother made an amazing apple pie, and we use her recipe, tart and lemony with a piled-high top crust.
    • This compound has a fruity flavour which, when added to the tart taste of acetic acid, gives the complex character to a good wine vinegar.
    • And it was crisp and sweet without being cloying, although I like slightly tart apples as well.
    • Most important of all are good tomatoes: their ample juices supply enough liquid to moisten the stew and their tart flavour balances the mellow sweetness of the other vegetables.
    • It turned out that the rich, dense taste of black sesame paste is contrasted by tart lime juice, putting some zing in the glass.
    • Boyle went on to characterize acids, noting their sour or tart taste and their ability to corrode metals.
    • The pork was beautifully cooked, but the soft Bramley apple slices were very tart and not to my taste.
    • I thought about adding a tart Granny Smith apple to it, too, but that would make a bit too much slaw for just the two of us.
    • The soursop is good too; it's made from a sweet, tart fruit and tastes like lemonade, but a little more funky and tropical.
  • 2

    (cutting)
    (rejoinder/remark) cortante
    (remark/rejoinder) áspero
    • With anyone else, Olivia would be tempted to make a tart comment.
    • He has emerged as the campaign's best debater, always able to offer a tart critique of what is wrong with all the leading candidates.
    • On a similarly tart note, one email doing the rounds allegedly relates to the latest business breakthrough.
    • He has tart remarks concerning the latest Anglican commotions.
    • On his way out, Zossimov makes a tart remark about Dounia's attractiveness to Razumihin.
    • He looked incredulous, unoffended by her tart tone.
    • Not that any proper Canadian would ever say something so tart or sardonic.
    • Danny's hands flew to his head self-consciously, the shrill ringing of his phone saving Alyssa from a tart response.
    • Over the past two or three elections, I was the victim of the UNC leader's tart tongue.
    • That tart comment certainly left its impact on Sunny.
    • From the 19 June Observer magazine ‘Up Front’ profile of Carey, a few tart observations.
    • He also became known for his tart, slashing criticism about tax policy - including policies devised by people whose general goals he shared.
    • My daughter had rung the ward concerned but got a very tart response as she was not a relative, even though she had been authorised by the husband to take this step.
    • The song finally shut off and a tart voice came on the line.
    • I started to give a tart reply, but Atelious gave a deep inarticulate growl that was felt more than heard, and she shut up.
    • Here she was, so recently subjected to tart commentary in a select committee, but willing to demonstrate exactly the kind of fiscal responsibility that this country needs right now.
    • She was old enough to be Bahzell's mother, and her tart tone was so like his old nurse's that he grinned despite his tension.
    • When he reiterated it at a City Council meeting some months ago, I offered a tart retort.
    • You might get a tart calling over, ‘Hello Jack, how are you’ - that sort of thing - and sidle over alongside.