fondant sweets


fondant sweets
помадные конфеты

soft sweets — мягкие конфеты

cough sweets — конфеты от кашля

jelly sweets — желейные конфеты

medicated sweets — лечебные конфеты

uncovered sweets — открытые конфеты


English-Russian travelling dictionary. 2015.

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  • fondant — /ˈfɒndənt/ (say fonduhnt) noun 1. a thick, creamy sugar paste, the basis of many sweets and icings. 2. a sweet made of this paste. {French, properly present participle of fondre melt} …   Australian English dictionary

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