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“Radi and Miel; radi like 'radiant' and miel is French for”
“I have this phrase 'Vos lèvres sont plus douces que le miel' and I was under the impression it meant 'Your lips are sweeter then wine', but I realise the literal translation of 'le miel' is honey (unless I have been mistaken).”
“If the problem of 'gender' you mentioned is related to the word "miel" - you can be sure that "miel" is a 'masculine' noun.”
“Instead of "miel" -- honey or syrup -- we'd tell him "querido" then sit back and watch him ask for the wrong thing and laugh when the waitresses scolded him.”
“Whether you address your sentence to one personne or to several, there would be no reason for the noun "miel" to become ... 'neutral'.”
“Whether you address your sentence to one personne or to several, there would be no reason for the noun "miel" to become... 'neutral'.”
“It's more often than not shortened to just 'miel'.”
“It is also used in a bundt-like cake called rosca de miel, usually made with orange blossom honey, although any pure honey can be used.”
“Roast pork with ancho chile, honey and cilantro sauce: Puerco al horno con salsa de chile ancho, miel y cilantro”
“Grilled chicken with orange, honey and chipotle glaze: Pollo a la parrilla con salsa de naranja, miel y chipotle”
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