How To Pronounce 'Dulce'?
How Do You Say 'Dulce' Audio
Phonetics For Pronouncing 'Dulce'?
DOOL/theh/s (Spain), DOOL/sehs (L-A)
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A Quick Overview Of Dulce
Dulce is a Spanish word. There are two main types of Spanish pronunciation: South American Spanish, and European Spanish (from Spain). It's best to choose which one to use based on your location. If you are in the UK, use the European Spanish version, while English speakers in the USA should use the South American pronunciation of dulce.
Dulce pronunciation in Spanish
The only tricky part is the pronunciation of the 'c' because it's followed by an 'e'. In Spain it is pronounced like the 'th' in 'thin', and in South America it is pronounced like the 's' in 'sin'. English speakers need to decide which one to use, and then use it consistently. Remember that Spanish is a phonetic language (unlike English and French), so make sure you sound both syllables 'DOOL/seh' or 'DOOL/theh' depending on the pronunciation you are using.
Dulce definition and meaning
Dulce means 'sweet' in Spanish, and can be used in a number of ways:
- Dulces, in the plural, means 'sweets' or 'candies'.
- Pan Dulce is 'Sweet Bread' and refers to sweet rolls and pastries which are commons found in South America. For this reason, the audio for Pan Dulce pronunciation follows South American Spanish.
- Dulce de leche is caramelized condensed milk.
- Agua dulce is used in the sense of 'fresh-water', for example langostinos de agua dulce are fresh-water crayfish.