Spanish English Dictionary

español - English

saborear in English:

1. savour

time to savour
We savoured our moment of victory. /ˈseɪvər/
What was the most recent compliment you received and savoured?
to enjoy food or a pleasant experience as much and as slowly as possible / to savour a meal/ We savoured our moment of victory.
I'm going to savour this piece of chocolate, because tomorrow I'm going on a diet.
When I came first in the cycling race, I really savoured my victory.
After all, this was an important moment, a time to savour.
Let me just savour this moment.
en experience to savour
It's nice to sip and savour drinks other than beer as well from time to time.
There was a savour of bitterness in his voice.
You should savour this moment.

English word "saborear"(savour) occurs in sets:

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