горький; мучительный; сильный; резкий; жестокий; едкий; ожесточенный; озлобленный;
горько; очень; ужасно; жестоко; резко;
горечь ; горькое пиво
- Another crewman, Jim Nalepka, recalls bitter arguments over half a biscuit and confesses to having thoughts about slitting the throat of one of his friends.
- The campaign became increasingly bitter and rancorous as it progressed.
- MAKE some turkey stock from the giblets (do not use the liver, it makes it bitter).
- - Stones Bitter Ch'ship: Bradford v Swinton, Castleford v Wakefield, Hull KR v Hull (3.15), Leeds v Halifax, St Helens v Wigan, Warrington v Widnes.
- This brought the bitter words from Duran, "How can I win in America a hint that the political climate between Panama and the United States is also manifested in boxing when Leonard's Siamese twin is the referee?"
- Bitter chocolate sabl with orange
- Only the inside, which is full of seeds, is eaten, as the outer skin is very bitter.
- Detectives, when they murmur "bitter almonds" at the scene of the crime, are detecting not cyanide but benzaldehyde, which is the essential flavour of bitter almonds.
- The coffee came with Unicum, a bitter spirit so much beloved by Hungarians that it is only available in expensive restaurants and hard-currency shops.
- At 42, he has discovered that success has a bitter taste, too.
- The dispute between America and the European Community over subsidies for Airbus is already bitter enough.
- SHEFFIELD EAGLES were doubtless declaring themselves unofficial world club champions last night - and it was not the Stones Bitter talking.
- Now open the bitter kit and pour most of the hopped concentrated wort into the 12 pint pan.