sabroso


sabroso
adj.
tasty, luscious, savory, flavorsome.
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sabroso
adjetivo
1 (con mucho sabor) tasty, delicious
2 (agradable) pleasant, delightful
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ADJ
1) [comida] tasty, delicious
2) (=agradable) [libro] solid, meaty; [oferta] substantial; [sueldo] fat
3) [broma, historia] racy, daring
4) And, Caribe, Méx (=ameno) pleasant
5) And, Caribe, Méx (=parlanchín) talkative
6) Méx (=fanfarrón) bigheaded, stuck-up *
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-sa adjetivo
1) <comida> tasty, delicious; <chisme/historia> spicy (colloq), juicy (colloq)
2)
a) (AmL fam) (agradable) <música/ritmo> pleasant, nice; <clima/agua> beautiful
b) (Andes fam) <persona> lively, fun
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= palatable, delicious, savoury [savory, -USA], juicy [juicier -comp., juiciest -sup.], tasty [tastier -comp., tastiest -sup.], scrumptious, flavourful [flavorful, -USA], full-flavoured [full-flavored, -USA], yummy [yummier -comp., yummiest -sup.].
Ex. I never suggested that horseradish would make horse meat any more or less palatable, or that the user was unaware of the fact that Trilling, L. is in fact Trilling, Lionel.
Ex. This cookbook is designed to help teachers and librarians engage in beneficial collaborations to bring reading to the lips of students in new and 'delicious' ways.
Ex. The majority of the essays concentrate on the fascination that the dance and music traditions have provoked through their savory mix of passion and melancholia.
Ex. The stories are told in the breathless voice of a gossip, full of juicy tidbits, and a shrewd understanding of what makes one life connect to another.
Ex. Some tasty ready-made sarnies you can buy in shops are so full of salt they should have a health warning, says a group of experts.
Ex. They then went to a rather dainty little Italian restaurant where they ate a scrumptious meal and drank a bottle of wine.
Ex. Our testing found that gently pounding individual stalks released the delicate, perfumed and flavorful oils of the lemongrass.
Ex. Full-flavoured, deliciously sweet and tender, British asparagus is regularly described as the 'best in the world'.
Ex. This yummy and mellow fruit is full of phytonutrients, helps fight chronic disease and improves memory and learning.
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* hacer más sabroso = pep up.
* sabrosa suma de dinero, una = handsome sum of money, a.
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-sa adjetivo
1) <comida> tasty, delicious; <chisme/historia> spicy (colloq), juicy (colloq)
2)
a) (AmL fam) (agradable) <música/ritmo> pleasant, nice; <clima/agua> beautiful
b) (Andes fam) <persona> lively, fun
* * *
= palatable, delicious, savoury [savory, -USA], juicy [juicier -comp., juiciest -sup.], tasty [tastier -comp., tastiest -sup.], scrumptious, flavourful [flavorful, -USA], full-flavoured [full-flavored, -USA], yummy [yummier -comp., yummiest -sup.].

Ex: I never suggested that horseradish would make horse meat any more or less palatable, or that the user was unaware of the fact that Trilling, L. is in fact Trilling, Lionel.

Ex: This cookbook is designed to help teachers and librarians engage in beneficial collaborations to bring reading to the lips of students in new and 'delicious' ways.
Ex: The majority of the essays concentrate on the fascination that the dance and music traditions have provoked through their savory mix of passion and melancholia.
Ex: The stories are told in the breathless voice of a gossip, full of juicy tidbits, and a shrewd understanding of what makes one life connect to another.
Ex: Some tasty ready-made sarnies you can buy in shops are so full of salt they should have a health warning, says a group of experts.
Ex: They then went to a rather dainty little Italian restaurant where they ate a scrumptious meal and drank a bottle of wine.
Ex: Our testing found that gently pounding individual stalks released the delicate, perfumed and flavorful oils of the lemongrass.
Ex: Full-flavoured, deliciously sweet and tender, British asparagus is regularly described as the 'best in the world'.
Ex: This yummy and mellow fruit is full of phytonutrients, helps fight chronic disease and improves memory and learning.
* hacer más sabroso = pep up.
* sabrosa suma de dinero, una = handsome sum of money, a.

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sabroso1 -sa
adjective
A
1 ‹comida› tasty, delicious
2 ‹chisme/historia› spicy (colloq), juicy (colloq)
B
1 (AmL fam) (agradable) ‹música/ritmo› pleasant, nice; ‹clima/agua› beautiful
me eché una siesta sabrosa I had a lovely o wonderful nap (colloq)
2 (Andes fam) ‹persona› lively, fun
C
(Col fam) (importante): sentirse sabroso to feel very important
sabroso2
adverb
(Col fam): lo pasamos sabrosísimo we had a great o fantastic time (colloq)
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sabroso
-sa adjetivo

1comidatasty, delicious;
chisme/historiaspicy (colloq), juicy (colloq)
2 (AmL fam) (agradable) ‹música/ritmopleasant, nice;
clima/aguabeautiful
sabroso,-a adjetivo
1 (un alimento, una bebida) tasty
2 (cuantioso, importante) a la muerte de su padre, ha heredado una sabrosa suma, she inherited a large sum of money on the death of her father
3 fam (una anécdota, etc) juicy: me han contado una anécdota muy sabrosa, I've heard a juicy bit of gossip
4 (ligeramente salado) el guiso te ha salido algo sabroso, the stew has turned out to be a bit salty
'sabroso' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
añales
- buena
- bueno
- exquisita
- exquisito
- rica
- rico
- sabrosa
- par
- relamerse
English:
gossip
- savory
- savoury
- tasty
- juicy
- spicy
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sabroso, -a
adj
1. [gustoso] tasty
2. [sustancioso] tidy, considerable
3. [comentario] [gracioso] juicy, tasty
4. [malicioso] mischievous
5. Carib, Col, Méx [grato] pleasant, nice;
tu compañía es muy sabrosa you're very good company
6. Carib, Col, Méx [entretenido] entertaining;
su último libro es sabroso his latest book is entertaining o is a good read;
nadar es muy sabroso swimming is good fun
7. Carib, Col, Méx [contagioso] contagious;
tiene una risa sabrosa she has a contagious laugh;
ese ritmo es muy sabroso that beat is very catchy
8. Carib, Col, Méx Fam [hermoso] lovely, gorgeous
adv
Carib, Col, Méx
1. [en forma, bien] on form;
hoy me siento sabroso I'm feeling good o on form today
2. [con habilidad] well;
juega muy sabroso she plays very well;
baila sabroso he's a good dancer
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sabroso
adj
1 comida tasty; fig
conversación juicy
2 L.Am. (agradable) nice, pleasant
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sabroso, -sa adj
1) rico: delicious, tasty
2) agradable: pleasant, nice, lovely
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sabroso adj tasty [comp. tastier; superl. tastiest] / delicious

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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