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how do you say "this bittersweet now" in Spanish?

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I tried using altavista babelfish translator. It came up with this: esta dulcamara ahora

and then I looked up the word "bittersweet" and "agridulce" came up. I'm not sure what to use and I want it to sound like a figure of speech and I might not come up with anything decent. XD can anyone help me'

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updated MAR 11, 2008
posted by xinichor

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"This bittersweet now" to me means this life, or the present, is bittersweet. "now" is sort of used as a noun, because that way, the expression will make more sense.

updated MAR 11, 2008
posted by xinichor
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Actually, your "expression" doesn't make much sense to me in English., but this would be a literal translation.
Esta ahora agridulce.

Can you explain your idea? There is a chance that there is a better way to say it.
Maybe "this bittersweet moment would be better."
Este momento agridulce.

updated MAR 10, 2008
posted by Cherry
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