1. (to add flavor to)
a. to season
Sazona el pollo y colócalo en el horno.Season the chicken and put it in the oven.
2. (to turn ripe)
a. to ripen
Los días cálidos sazonaron las manzanas.The warm days ripened the apples.
3. (to make sweet) (Caribbean)
a. to sweeten
Sazoné el té con dos cucharaditas de miel.I sweetened the tea with two teaspoons of honey.
4. (to become seasoned)
a. to mature
El estilo del compositor se sazonó durante su estadía en París.The composer's style matured during his stay in Paris.
Verb Conjugations for sazonar
Present Participle: sazonando
Past Participle: sazonado
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