(n.) = cake. Ex: Music from 1907 was played and a cake was shared with the public. ---- * dulce de membrillo = quince jelly. * dulces = confectionery. * panecillo dulce = sweet bun. (adj.) = sugary ; mellifluous ; sweet . Ex: Sugary soft-drinks are over 20 times more popular than fresh fruit drinks and milk combined. Ex: Many thrushes sing complex mellifluous songs that delight human listeners. Ex: It was a sweet, sharp, sunshiny morning in early October, and Bogardus felt good. ---- * agua dulce = freshwater [fresh water]. * de carácter dulce = sweet-natured. * dulce de carácter = sweet-natured ; sweet-tempered. * ¡dulces sueños! = sweet dreams!. * el dulce aroma del éxito = the sweet smell of success. * gustar mucho lo dulce = have + a sweet tooth. * gusto por lo dulce = sweet tooth. * hacer dulce = make + sweet. * maíz dulce = sweet corn. * marinero de agua dulce = landlubber. * panecillo dulce = sweet roll ; sticky roll ; sticky bun. * pez de agua dulce = freshwater fish. * sabor dulce = sweetness. * tan dulce como la miel = as sweet as honey ; as sweet as they come. * tortuga de agua dulce = terrapin. * vino dulce = sweet wine. (adj.) = gentle ; sweet-tempered ; sweet-natured. Ex: Melanie Stanton broke into a gentle laugh as she recalled him executing a shuffling fandango and announcing mischievously, 'Women in the SLA, get ready, here I come!'. Ex: She was as pretty as a flower and as sweet-tempered as well. Ex: He is a bit simple, but quite sweet-natured.