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The context is this, this guy is talking about how delicious some limited to 10 a day sweets are and he says this
I think ビスキュイ is biscuit and well, クリム is cream, but i have no idea of what the other three katakana words are, any ideas???
Last edited by Eru13; August 26, 2011 at 06:04 PM.
The other three: Liqueur, imbibe (meaning to soak, permeate), crush. So "crushed biscuit permeated with liqueur and mixed with cream".
thanks a lot
I always am dumbstruck when I find a bunch of foreign words in katakana, especially if they are German, Russian, or Greek. It's like "...wwwhat!?"
I usually just move on if I can't get it after a few minutes... remember that sometimes katakana isn't foreign words, but are standing in for kanji.