An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (too sweet)
a. dulzón
I can't eat this sickly-sweet pie.No puedo comer esta tarta dulzona.
b. melifluo
The kids love these sickly-sweet candies but I don't like them at all.A los niños les encantan estos caramelos melifluos pero a mí no me gustan para nada.
c. empalagoso
This cake is too sickly-sweet. I can't take another bite.Este pastel es muy empalagoso. No puedo comer otro bocado.
2. (cloying)
a. melifluo
Don't try to manipulate me with that sickly-sweet tone.No trates de manipularme con ese tono melifluo.
b. meloso
I don't like sickly-sweet cards. I like funny ones.No me gustan las tarjetas melosas. Me gustan las divertidas.
c. dulzón
This kind of sickly-sweet movie makes me want to barf.Este tipo de película dulzona me da ganas de vomitar.
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