The Alternative Catalan Dictionary: sucar

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Entry definition

sucar etymology From suc. First attested in 1653. pronunciation
  • /suˈka/
verb: {{ca-verb}}
  1. To immerse a body into a liquid in order to make it absorbe the fluid, to soak, to dip '''Sucar' galetes al cafè To dip biscuits in cofee
  2. (figuratively) To profit unfairly or illegally Quan quelcom sembla ésser un bon negoci, tothom procura sucar-hi When something seems to be a good deal, everybody tries to profit from it
  3. (figuratively, vulgar, slang) To have sex
related terms:
  • suquejar
  • sucós
  • sucat

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