apetitoso


apetitoso
adj.
1 appetizing, mouthwatering, inviting, tasty.
2 luscious.
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apetitoso
adjetivo
1 (aspecto de comida) appetizing; (comida) tasty, delicious
2 (oferta) tempting
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ADJ
1) (=gustoso) appetizing; (=sabroso) tasty; (=tentador) tempting, attractive
2) (=comilón) fond of good food
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-sa adjetivo <plato/manjar> appetizing, mouthwatering
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= inviting, palatable, appetising [appetizing, -USA], savoury [savory, -USA], moreish, delicious, tasty [tastier -comp., tastiest -sup.], mouth-watering, flavourful [flavorful, -USA], yummy [yummier -comp., yummiest -sup.].
Ex. An easy and inviting route to the entrance needs to be unambiguously defined.
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 is not a very appetizing thought for anyone who wishes to play a key role in the operations of the library.
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. Public health research also stands to gain if we can understand why certain foods are so moreish.
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. 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. End your meal on a naughty-but-nice note with one of these mouth-watering desserts, served with lashings of home-made custard.
Ex. Our testing found that gently pounding individual stalks released the delicate, perfumed and flavorful oils of the lemongrass.
Ex. This yummy and mellow fruit is full of phytonutrients, helps fight chronic disease and improves memory and learning.
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-sa adjetivo <plato/manjar> appetizing, mouthwatering
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= inviting, palatable, appetising [appetizing, -USA], savoury [savory, -USA], moreish, delicious, tasty [tastier -comp., tastiest -sup.], mouth-watering, flavourful [flavorful, -USA], yummy [yummier -comp., yummiest -sup.].

Ex: An easy and inviting route to the entrance needs to be unambiguously defined.

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 is not a very appetizing thought for anyone who wishes to play a key role in the operations of the library.
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: Public health research also stands to gain if we can understand why certain foods are so moreish.
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: 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: End your meal on a naughty-but-nice note with one of these mouth-watering desserts, served with lashings of home-made custard.
Ex: Our testing found that gently pounding individual stalks released the delicate, perfumed and flavorful oils of the lemongrass.
Ex: This yummy and mellow fruit is full of phytonutrients, helps fight chronic disease and improves memory and learning.

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apetitoso -sa
adjective
‹plato/manjar› appetizing, mouthwatering
una rubia de lo más apetitosa (fam); a luscious o (BrE) tasty blonde (sl)
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apetitoso
-sa adjetivo ‹plato/manjarappetizing, mouthwatering

apetitoso,-a adjetivo appetizing, tempting
(comida) delicious, tasty

'apetitoso' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
apetitosa
English:
appetizing
- inviting
- mouthwatering
- tasty
- unappetizing
- unexciting
- uninviting
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apetitoso, -a adj
1. [comida] appetizing, tempting
2. [vacaciones, empleo] desirable;
[oferta] tempting
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apetitoso
adj appetizing
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apetitoso, -sa adj
: appetizing

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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  • apetitoso — apetitoso, sa adjetivo 1. (antepuesto / pospuesto) Que excita el apetito o las ganas de comer: Ante tan apetitoso plato, no pudo resistirlo y comenzó a comer sin esperar a nadie. 2. Que tiene buen sabor: La carne de buey es dura pero muy… …   Diccionario Salamanca de la Lengua Española

  • apetitoso — apetitoso, sa adjetivo gustoso*, sabroso, regalado, delicado, rico. * * * Sinónimos: ■ sabroso, exquisito, agradable, apetecible …   Diccionario de sinónimos y antónimos

  • apetitoso — |ô| adj. 1. Que desperta o apetite; tentador; saboroso. 2. Cobiçoso. 3. Supérfluo. • Plural: apetitosos |ó| …   Dicionário da Língua Portuguesa

  • apetitoso — apetitoso, sa 1. adj. Que excita el apetito o el deseo. 2. Gustoso, sabroso. 3. desus. Que gusta de manjares delicados. 4. desus. Aficionado a cumplir su gusto o que sigue sus apetitos …   Diccionario de la lengua española

  • apetitoso — ► adjetivo 1 Que abre el apetito: ■ el apetitoso aroma de las cocinas. 2 Se aplica a la comida o plato que es muy sabroso: ■ les sirvieron un apetitoso asado de cabrito. SINÓNIMO sabroso 3 Que despierta deseo: ■ la oferta es apetitosa, pero no… …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • apetitoso — {{#}}{{LM A02913}}{{〓}} {{SynA02983}} {{[}}apetitoso{{]}}, {{[}}apetitosa{{]}} ‹a·pe·ti·to·so, sa› {{《}}▍ adj.{{》}} {{<}}1{{>}} Que excita el apetito o el deseo: • Esta tarta tiene un aspecto muy apetitoso.{{○}} {{<}}2{{>}} Que gusta o que tiene… …   Diccionario de uso del español actual con sinónimos y antónimos

  • engañar — (Del lat. vulgar ingannare, escarnecer.) ► verbo transitivo 1 Hacer creer una cosa que no es verdad: ■ nos engañó diciendo que había ido al colegio. SINÓNIMO burlar mentir ANTÓNIMO desengañar 2 Inducir una falsa apariencia a error a una persona:… …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • sabroso — sabroso, sa adjetivo sazonado, gustoso*, sustancioso, rico, apetitoso, delicioso*, exquisito, delicado*, agradable*. ≠ insípido …   Diccionario de sinónimos y antónimos

  • iguaria — (del port. «iguaria») f. Cualquier *manjar delicado y apetitoso. * * * iguaria. (Del port. iguaria). f. ant. Manjar delicado y apetitoso …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • gustoso — gustoso, sa adjetivo sabroso, apetitoso, bueno, rico. Se refieren a cosas que poseen sabor intenso o muy agradable. * * * Sinónimos: ■ sabroso, apetecible, apetitoso …   Diccionario de sinónimos y antónimos

  • rico — rico, ca adjetivo y sustantivo 1) acomodado, adinerado, acaudalado*, pudiente, potentado, opulento, hacendado, capitalista, burgués*, plutócrata …   Diccionario de sinónimos y antónimos


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