Spanish Word for candy  

English Word: candy

Spanish Word: los dulces, caramelo
The Spanish Word for candy
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Translated sentences containing 'candy'
I think the students will have brought the candy. I don't think they have brought them yet.
Pienso que los alumnos ya habrán traído las golosinas. No creo que las hayan traído todavía.
Rosa is eating a piece of candy.
Rosa está comiendo un dulce.
Pedro is thin in spite of eating candy.
Pedro es delgado a pesar de que come golosinas.
Pedro and I are ordering a piece of candy.
Pedro y yo estamos pidiendo un dulce.
If I go to Spain, I will buy nougat candy.
Si me voy a España compro turrón.
Carmen chooses the candy.
Carmen elige el dulce.
If he went to Spain, he would buy nougat candy.
Si se fuera a España se compraría turrón.
Who took the candy?
¿Quién se llevó los dulces?
Mom will probably buy candy for the children.
Posiblemente mamá compre golosinas para los niños.
Dad gave you money to buy candy.
Papá te dio dinero para que compres golosinas.
Even though he asks for candy, I won't give him any.
Por más que él pida dulces, no le daré.
Do you ever give them candy? Yes, we give them candy but only after dinner.
¿Nunca les das caramelo? Sí, les damos caramelo pero sólo después de la cena.
She gives candy to the sick people.
Ella da dulces a los enfermos.
I calmed the baby with a candy.
Apacigüé al niño con un dulce.
Do you give the children a piece of candy? No, I give them vegetables and fruit.
¿Das a los niños un pedazo de caramelo? No, les doy verduras y frutas.

They are often sweet as candy and very beautifully contrived.
Éstas son, por lo general, muy de escaparate, realizadas sin reparar en gastos.
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