Spanish Word for cakes  

English Word: cakes

Spanish Word: pasteles
The Spanish Word for cakes
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We give cakes.
Nosotras damos pasteles.
These cakes are the least expensive of all.
Estas tortas son las menos caras de todas.

Firstly, sugar is used for making cakes and pastries, not wine.
Primero, el azúcar es para hacer bizcochos o milhojas, no para hacer vino.
There are also other export products, such as cakes and pastries, which contain milk components.
Nosotros también tenemos productos, como por ejemplo la repostería, que los exportamos y que contienen leche.
Cakes of tar are still washing in along 500 km of the Atlantic coastline on a daily basis.
En quinientos kilómetros de cornisa atlántica, siguen llegando diariamente placas de alquitrán.
As a matter of course, most of Europe's bakers of cakes are small and medium-sized enterprises, which produce the cake by the sweat of their brows.
Naturalmente, la mayoría de fabricantes de tortas en Europa son las pequeñas y medianas empresas.
Unfortunately, I must point out that duty- or tax-free cigarettes still sell like hot cakes and tax evasion is often regarded as a national pastime.
Yo lamento tener que recordar, no obstante, que los cigarrillos libres de aranceles o de impuestos siguen vendiéndose muy bien y que la evasión fiscal se practica a menudo como un deporte popular.
Children must learn, for example, that, as well as a hot vegetable, carrots can also be enjoyed in the form of soup, salad, cakes or in baked dishes.
Los niños deben aprender, por ejemplo, que además de una hortaliza caliente, las zanahorias también pueden tomarse en forma de sopa, ensalada, tartas o en platos al horno.
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