dulce in French
2. (carácter) doux; affable
3. (sonido) doux; suave; agréable 4. (persona) gentil; aimable; charmant; adorable; avenant
Big surprise because the reappearance of actress Paola Dulce Gabriela, twists of fate after two years of absence from the screen.
"Dulce de leche" or "Confiture de lait" refers to a soft, luscious, brown cream, made of sweetened, thickened milk
COMUCAP founder Dulce Marlen Contreras sits in the cooperative's coffee storeroom.
For dessert: Rice with milk foam with dulce de leche sauce and cinnamon ice-cream, or mousse of cheese, confit of Quincy and quenelle of dried fruits.
Dulce Mendez is threatening to sue the department for malicious prosecution.
Honduran Dulce Marlen Contreras knew that poverty was the source of domestic violence and other problems afflicting women in her community, so she began an organization to educate women about their rights.
Sweets: Rosco de Melón (you have to cut in slices the fruit, and add the gin, aguardiente dulce, cinnamon and glace cherry).
The piece is an astute reflection on that regional-universal problematic. It reworks an Argentine symbol par excellence (dulce de leche) in the creation of a new virtual space on the information superhighway.
This study examines the hydrography of Golfo Dulce, a tropical fjord -like embayment in the Eastern Tropical Pacific, and the influence of the 1997-1998 ENSO on the system.
1. manso: dócil, sumiso, tierno, blando, complaciente, indulgente, pacífico
2. dulzón: exquisito, grato, agradable, suave, sabroso, rico, gustoso
3. caramelo: confite, golosina, bombón, chocolatina, anís, peladilla, gollería