My husband (brazilian) also uses "amargo" for sour... so I guess you could translate it as bitter/sour. It always confused me cuz sometimes I would like to differentiate because there IS a difference between sour and bitter :)
Technically, the word for sour is "azedo" and the difference between "azedo" and "amargo" is the same as the difference between sour and bitter. People do mix them up, however.
Yes! A lemon is sour/azedo.
Spinach is bitter/amargo
Spinach is bitter? oO
Well.... let's go to coffee and vinegar then :)
Lemons (when a Brazilian say "limão", it's probably a lime) can be both at the same time, not a good example.
Nós usamos "azedo" também para nos referir a comida que estragam em geladeiras ou marmitas.
Quizlet Extra Studies for Food (1)
What is this little accent mark called??? ( é )
Acento agudo: é
Acento circunflexo: ê
Acento grave: à
Why is "He is bitter" wrong?
Because there's no indicative of a he or a she (ele ou ela) in the sentence.
GRRRRRR !!!! , " É amargo " was ( is it bitter now they put it is bitter ) . Make up your mine plz .
One is a question, the other is a statement. There is nothing wrong.