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English Word: gum

Spanish Word: chicle, encía (mouth)
The Spanish Word for gum
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Translated sentences containing 'gum'
I am going to buy gum.
Yo voy a comprar un chicle.
I wouldn't dare to even steal a piece of gum.
No me atrevería ni a robar un chicle.

This is compulsory expenditure and therefore as flexible as chewing gum.
Son gastos obligatorios y, por tanto, ampliables como un chicle.
These are questions asked by consumers, which you would indeed ask of anything you took - even a wine gum.
Son preguntas formuladas por los consumidores, que uno hace por cualquier cosa que ingiere, incluso si se trata de una gominola.
I would add that sweeteners (which are also found in sweets and chewing-gum) are not harmful to teeth.
Añadiría que los edulcorantes (que también se encuentran en los dulces y los chicles) no son perjudiciales para los dientes.
Such foods include dried fruits, cereals, chicken, offal, egg white and gum arabic.
Entre estos alimentos se encuentran los frutos secos, los cereales, el pollo, los despojos cárnicos, la clara de huevo y la goma arábiga.
I have visited the Danish authorities working on this and have seen seizures of chewing gum, water, washing powder and all manner of everyday products.
He visitado a las autoridades danesas que trabajan en esta materia y he visto confiscaciones de chicle, agua, detergente y todo tipo de productos cotidianos.
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