sour po angielsku

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n. one of the four primary tastes (along with bitter, salty and sweet); something with a sour flavor; alcoholic beverage made with lemon or lime juice mixed with sugar and whiskey or gin
v. cause to turn sour; make bitter, disillusion; become sour; become disillusioned and resentful
adj. having a sour taste; bitter, disillusioned, resentful

Przykładowe zdania

It was a boy and girl: they were yellow, meagre, covered in rags, sour faced, and ferocious, though obsequious in their abjection.
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The milk was not in the fridge and now it is sour.
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The pleasant atmosphere was soured by her remarks.
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"Are you still souring milk for a hobby, Faolain?" Elayne asked.
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"I have lost four hundred roubles out of my side pocket! They're gone!" said Lebedeff, with a sour smile.
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"Who do you think you're talking to, buster?" said the policeman with the sour face.
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Always Frank had been known as an uncommonly amiable youth, but tonight he was sour as alum.
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And her mother's gall had soured the very blood in her veins.
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But something soured the thought.
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Don't pull such a sour face!
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