La carne está tierna, pero le falta sazón.The meat is tender, but it lacks seasoning.
b. flavor (United States)
El plato es picante y tiene una sazón dulce.The dish is spicy and has a sweet flavor.
c. flavour (United Kingdom)
El pollo fue marinado con curry, una sazón típica de la India.The chicken was marinated with curry - a characteristic Indian flavour.
2. (state of being ripe)
No comprobaste la sazón del aguacate antes de comprarlo.You didn't check the ripeness of the avocado before buying it.
a. seasoning, flavoring
a la sazónthen, at that time
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