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  • 1 apetitoso

    adj.
    1 appetizing, mouthwatering, inviting, tasty.
    2 luscious.
    * * *
    1 (aspecto de comida) appetizing; (comida) tasty, delicious
    2 (oferta) tempting
    * * *
    ADJ
    1) (=gustoso) appetizing; (=sabroso) tasty; (=tentador) tempting, attractive
    2) (=comilón) fond of good food
    * * *
    - sa adjetivo <plato/manjar> appetizing, mouthwatering
    * * *
    = 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.
    * * *
    - sa adjetivo <plato/manjar> appetizing, mouthwatering
    * * *
    = 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.

    * * *
    ‹plato/manjar› appetizing, mouthwatering
    una rubia de lo más apetitosa ( fam); a luscious o ( BrE) tasty blonde (sl)
    * * *

    apetitoso
    ◊ -sa adjetivo ‹plato/manjar appetizing, 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
    * * *
    apetitoso, -a adj
    1. [comida] appetizing, tempting
    2. [vacaciones, empleo] desirable;
    [oferta] tempting
    * * *
    adj appetizing
    * * *
    apetitoso, -sa adj
    : appetizing

    Spanish-English dictionary > apetitoso

  • 2 aromático

    adj.
    aromatic, perfumed, fragrant, redolent.
    * * *
    1 aromatic, fragrant
    * * *
    ADJ aromatic, sweet-scented
    * * *
    - ca adjetivo aromatic
    * * *
    = aromatic, fragrant, balsamic, odoriferous, perfumed, smelling, sweet-smelling.
    Ex. The smell of their dry, aromatic leaves spiced the gentle breeze.
    Ex. Planting fragrant shrubs would benefit all users and in particular blind or visually impaired persons.
    Ex. Everybody was served shelled shrimp marinated in a balsamic seasoning and grilled over a hardwood fire.
    Ex. Skunks use a highly odoriferous secretion to deter predation.
    Ex. Our testing found that gently pounding individual stalks released the delicate, perfumed and flavorful oils of the lemongrass.
    Ex. Among her favorite smelling plants include the sweet-smelling leaf undersides of the rhododendrons.
    Ex. Among her favorite smelling plants include the sweet-smelling leaf undersides of the rhododendrons.
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    * aceite aromático = aromatic oil.
    * * *
    - ca adjetivo aromatic
    * * *
    = aromatic, fragrant, balsamic, odoriferous, perfumed, smelling, sweet-smelling.

    Ex: The smell of their dry, aromatic leaves spiced the gentle breeze.

    Ex: Planting fragrant shrubs would benefit all users and in particular blind or visually impaired persons.
    Ex: Everybody was served shelled shrimp marinated in a balsamic seasoning and grilled over a hardwood fire.
    Ex: Skunks use a highly odoriferous secretion to deter predation.
    Ex: Our testing found that gently pounding individual stalks released the delicate, perfumed and flavorful oils of the lemongrass.
    Ex: Among her favorite smelling plants include the sweet-smelling leaf undersides of the rhododendrons.
    Ex: Among her favorite smelling plants include the sweet-smelling leaf undersides of the rhododendrons.
    * aceite aromático = aromatic oil.

    * * *
    aromatic
    * * *

    aromático
    ◊ -ca adjetivo

    aromatic
    aromático,-a adjetivo aromatic

    ' aromático' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    aromática
    English:
    fragrant
    - full-bodied
    - aromatic
    * * *
    aromático, -a adj
    aromatic
    * * *
    adj aromatic
    * * *
    aromático, -ca adj
    : aromatic

    Spanish-English dictionary > aromático

  • 3 delicioso

    adj.
    delicious, delightful, tasty, very tasty.
    * * *
    1 delightful, charming (una comida) delicious
    * * *
    (f. - deliciosa)
    adj.
    * * *
    ADJ
    1) [momento, sonido] delightful
    2) [comida, bebida] delicious
    * * *
    - sa adjetivo
    a) <comida/bebida/sabor> delicious
    b) < tiempo> delightful

    ¿no te bañas? el agua está deliciosa — aren't you going to have a swim? the water's lovely

    * * *
    = delicious, delightful, delectable, luscious, scrumptious, mouth-watering, flavourful [flavorful, -USA].
    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. Indeed, this is one of the most delightful aspects of reference work, providing every day a new intellectual challenge.
    Ex. It is a delectable opportunity to introduce a patron to the writings of a favorite author, such as M. Fisher, whose works, one hopes, will delight the patron both for their gastronomical tours de force as well as for the unforgettable anecdotes.
    Ex. This volume is in fact three books shuffled together under one luscious cover, unfurling as a fantasia on technique that explores, among other things, Mau's riffs on modernism.
    Ex. They then went to a rather dainty little Italian restaurant where they ate a scrumptious meal and drank a bottle of wine.
    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.
    * * *
    - sa adjetivo
    a) <comida/bebida/sabor> delicious
    b) < tiempo> delightful

    ¿no te bañas? el agua está deliciosa — aren't you going to have a swim? the water's lovely

    * * *
    = delicious, delightful, delectable, luscious, scrumptious, mouth-watering, flavourful [flavorful, -USA].

    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: Indeed, this is one of the most delightful aspects of reference work, providing every day a new intellectual challenge.
    Ex: It is a delectable opportunity to introduce a patron to the writings of a favorite author, such as M. Fisher, whose works, one hopes, will delight the patron both for their gastronomical tours de force as well as for the unforgettable anecdotes.
    Ex: This volume is in fact three books shuffled together under one luscious cover, unfurling as a fantasia on technique that explores, among other things, Mau's riffs on modernism.
    Ex: They then went to a rather dainty little Italian restaurant where they ate a scrumptious meal and drank a bottle of wine.
    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.

    * * *
    1 ‹comida/bebida/sabor› delicious; ‹perfume› exquisite
    2 ‹tiempo/velada› delightful
    ¿no te bañas? el agua está deliciosa aren't you going to have a swim? the water's lovely
    3 ‹chica/niño/sonrisa› charming, delightful
    * * *

     

    delicioso
    ◊ -sa adjetivo ‹comida/bebida/sabor delicious;


    tiempo delightful
    delicioso,-a adj (sabor) delicious
    (sonido, espectáculo) delightful: fue una velada deliciosa, it was a great evening
    ' delicioso' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    canela
    - deliciosa
    English:
    beautiful
    - delicious
    - delightful
    - delectable
    - mouth
    * * *
    delicioso, -a adj
    1. [comida, bebida] delicious;
    [aroma, sabor] delicious
    2. [persona, sonrisa, lugar, clima] lovely, delightful
    * * *
    adj delightful; comida delicious
    * * *
    delicioso, -sa adj
    1) rico: delicious
    2) : delightful
    * * *
    delicioso adj delicious

    Spanish-English dictionary > delicioso

  • 4 exquisito

    adj.
    exquisite, delicate, delicious, superb.
    * * *
    1 (gen) exquisite
    2 (gusto) refined; (sabor) delicious, exquisite; (lugar) delightful, exquisite
    * * *
    (f. - exquisita)
    adj.
    * * *
    ADJ
    1) (=excelente) excellent
    2) (=refinado) [belleza] exquisite; [comida] delicious
    3) pey (=afectado) affected; (=melindroso) choosy *, finicky
    * * *
    - ta adjetivo < comida> delicious; <tela/poema/música> exquisite; < persona> refined
    * * *
    = exquisite, delicious, delectable, luscious, dainty [daintier -comp., daintiest -sup.], scrumptious, flavourful [flavorful, -USA].
    Ex. The idea was exquisite but full of terror.
    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. It is a delectable opportunity to introduce a patron to the writings of a favorite author, such as M. Fisher, whose works, one hopes, will delight the patron both for their gastronomical tours de force as well as for the unforgettable anecdotes.
    Ex. This volume is in fact three books shuffled together under one luscious cover, unfurling as a fantasia on technique that explores, among other things, Mau's riffs on modernism.
    Ex. They then went to a rather dainty little Italian restaurant where they ate a scrumptious meal and drank a bottle of wine.
    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.
    ----
    * de forma exquisita = exquisitely.
    * * *
    - ta adjetivo < comida> delicious; <tela/poema/música> exquisite; < persona> refined
    * * *
    = exquisite, delicious, delectable, luscious, dainty [daintier -comp., daintiest -sup.], scrumptious, flavourful [flavorful, -USA].

    Ex: The idea was exquisite but full of terror.

    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: It is a delectable opportunity to introduce a patron to the writings of a favorite author, such as M. Fisher, whose works, one hopes, will delight the patron both for their gastronomical tours de force as well as for the unforgettable anecdotes.
    Ex: This volume is in fact three books shuffled together under one luscious cover, unfurling as a fantasia on technique that explores, among other things, Mau's riffs on modernism.
    Ex: They then went to a rather dainty little Italian restaurant where they ate a scrumptious meal and drank a bottle of wine.
    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.
    * de forma exquisita = exquisitely.

    * * *
    1 ‹plato/comida› delicious
    estaba exquisito, muchas gracias that was delicious, thank you very much
    un plato exquisito a delicious o an exquisite dish
    2 ‹tela/poema/música› exquisite
    una mujer de exquisita belleza a woman of exquisite beauty
    3 ‹persona› refined
    * * *

    exquisito
    ◊ -ta adjetivo ‹ comida delicious;


    tela/poema/música exquisite;
    persona refined
    exquisito,-a adjetivo
    1 (delicado, bien hecho) exquisite
    2 (sabroso) delicious
    3 (gusto, persona) refined
    ' exquisito' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    categoría
    - exquisita
    English:
    dainty
    - exquisite
    - luscious
    - delectable
    * * *
    exquisito, -a adj
    1. [refinado] [objeto, vestimenta, modales] exquisite;
    [persona] exquisite;
    es muy exquisito vistiendo he dresses exquisitely
    2. [comida] delicious, exquisite;
    el asado está exquisito the roast is delicious
    * * *
    adj
    1 comida delicious
    2 ( bello) exquisite
    3 ( refinado) refined
    * * *
    exquisito, -ta adj
    1) : exquisite
    2) : delicious
    * * *
    1. (en general) exquisite
    2. (delicioso) delicious

    Spanish-English dictionary > exquisito

  • 5 fragante

    adj.
    fragrant.
    * * *
    1 fragrant, scented
    * * *
    ADJ
    1) (=perfumado) fragrant, scented
    * * *
    adjetivo (liter) fragrant
    * * *
    = scented, odoriferous, perfumed, smelling, sweet-smelling.
    Ex. The article 'Loud tastes, coloured fragrances, and scented sounds: how and when to mix the senses in persuasive communications' discusses 'synesthetic' or cross-sensory associations in persuasive language employed in advertising.
    Ex. Skunks use a highly odoriferous secretion to deter predation.
    Ex. Our testing found that gently pounding individual stalks released the delicate, perfumed and flavorful oils of the lemongrass.
    Ex. Among her favorite smelling plants include the sweet-smelling leaf undersides of the rhododendrons.
    Ex. Among her favorite smelling plants include the sweet-smelling leaf undersides of the rhododendrons.
    * * *
    adjetivo (liter) fragrant
    * * *
    = scented, odoriferous, perfumed, smelling, sweet-smelling.

    Ex: The article 'Loud tastes, coloured fragrances, and scented sounds: how and when to mix the senses in persuasive communications' discusses 'synesthetic' or cross-sensory associations in persuasive language employed in advertising.

    Ex: Skunks use a highly odoriferous secretion to deter predation.
    Ex: Our testing found that gently pounding individual stalks released the delicate, perfumed and flavorful oils of the lemongrass.
    Ex: Among her favorite smelling plants include the sweet-smelling leaf undersides of the rhododendrons.
    Ex: Among her favorite smelling plants include the sweet-smelling leaf undersides of the rhododendrons.

    * * *
    ( liter); fragrant, sweet-smelling
    * * *
    fragrant
    * * *
    : fragrant
    * * *
    fragante adj fragant

    Spanish-English dictionary > fragante

  • 6 gustoso

    adj.
    1 tasty, savory, pleasant to the taste, pleasurable.
    2 willing, ready, glad, well-disposed.
    * * *
    1 (sabroso) tasty, savoury, palatable
    2 (agradable) agreeable, pleasant
    3 (con gusto) glad, willing, ready
    * * *
    ADJ
    1) (=complacido) gladly
    2) (=sabroso) tasty
    3) (=agradable) [lectura] enjoyable; [sensación] pleasant, pleasing
    * * *
    - sa adjetivo ( de buen grado)

    si lo tuviera, te lo prestaría gustosa — if I had it, I would willingly lend it to you

    aceptó gustoso el puestohe willingly o gladly accepted the job

    * * *
    = mouth-watering, flavourful [flavorful, -USA].
    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.
    * * *
    - sa adjetivo ( de buen grado)

    si lo tuviera, te lo prestaría gustosa — if I had it, I would willingly lend it to you

    aceptó gustoso el puestohe willingly o gladly accepted the job

    * * *
    = mouth-watering, flavourful [flavorful, -USA].

    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.

    * * *
    gustoso -sa
    1
    (de buen grado): si lo tuviera, te lo prestaría gustosa if I had it, I would willingly lend it to you o I'd be only too glad to lend it to you
    aceptó gustoso el cargo he willingly o gladly accepted the post
    recibo gustoso el honor que me hacen I gladly accept o I am pleased to accept the honor you bestow on me ( frml)
    2 ‹comida/guiso› tasty
    * * *

    gustoso
    ◊ -sa adjetivo

    willingly
    gustoso,-a adjetivo
    1 (de agradable sabor) delicious, tasty
    2 (con mucho gusto) gladly, willingly: te invito a mi casa gustoso, it's my pleasure to invite you to my home

    ' gustoso' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    gustosa
    * * *
    gustoso, -a adj
    1. [con placer]
    hacer algo gustoso to do sth gladly o willingly;
    lo habría hecho gustoso, pero no pude I'd gladly have done it, but I wasn't able to;
    acepto gustoso su invitación I'm pleased to accept your invitation
    2. [sabroso] tasty
    * * *
    adj gladly, with pleasure
    * * *
    gustoso, -sa adj
    1) : willing, glad
    nuestra empresa participará gustosa: our company will be pleased to participate
    2) : zesty, tasty

    Spanish-English dictionary > gustoso

  • 7 limón

    m.
    lemon, lime, Citrus limonum.
    * * *
    1 lemon
    * * *
    noun m.
    * * *
    SM
    1) (Bot) lemon; Caribe lime
    2) pl limones ** tits **
    * * *
    a) ( fruto amarillo) lemon
    b) (AmL) ( árbol) lemon tree
    c) (Méx, Ven) ( fruto verde) lime
    * * *
    = lemon.
    Ex. The author, a dietitian, distinguishes fact from fiction with statements regarding a variety of foods -- potatoes, honey, carrots, lemon and grapefruit juices, white bread, garlic, red meat and oranges.
    ----
    * cáscara de limón = lemon peel.
    * corteza de limón = lemon peel.
    * extracto de limón = lemon extract.
    * pasto de limón = lemongrass.
    * zumo de limón = lemon juice.
    * * *
    a) ( fruto amarillo) lemon
    b) (AmL) ( árbol) lemon tree
    c) (Méx, Ven) ( fruto verde) lime
    * * *

    Ex: The author, a dietitian, distinguishes fact from fiction with statements regarding a variety of foods -- potatoes, honey, carrots, lemon and grapefruit juices, white bread, garlic, red meat and oranges.

    * cáscara de limón = lemon peel.
    * corteza de limón = lemon peel.
    * extracto de limón = lemon extract.
    * pasto de limón = lemongrass.
    * zumo de limón = lemon juice.

    * * *
    1 (fruto) lemon
    2 ( AmL) (árbol) lemon tree
    3 (Méx, Ven) (lima) lime
    Compuestos:
    ( Méx) lime
    ( AmC) lemon
    (Méx, Ven) lemon
    * * *

    limón sustantivo masculino

    b) (AmL) ( árbol) lemon tree

    c) (Méx, Ven) ( fruto verde) lime

    limón m Bot lemon
    ' limón' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    granizada
    - granizado
    -
    - triste
    - agrio
    - cáscara
    - corteza
    - exprimir
    - gajo
    - ralladura
    - rociar
    English:
    dash
    - flavor
    - flavour
    - lemon
    - slice
    - squeeze
    - twist
    - zest
    * * *
    limón nm
    1. [fruta amarilla] lemon
    2. Méx [fruta verde] lime
    Méx, Ven limón francés lemon
    3. [bebida] [natural] lemonade, = iced, sweetened lemon juice drink;
    [refresco] Br lemonade, US lemon soda
    * * *
    m
    1 lemon
    lima lime
    * * *
    limón nm, pl limones
    1) : lemon
    2) : lemon tree
    3)
    * * *
    limón n lemon

    Spanish-English dictionary > limón

  • 8 lleno de sabor

    (adj.) = flavourful [flavorful, -USA], full-flavoured [full-flavored, -USA]
    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'.
    * * *
    (adj.) = flavourful [flavorful, -USA], full-flavoured [full-flavored, -USA]

    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'.

    Spanish-English dictionary > lleno de sabor

  • 9 oloroso

    adj.
    perfumed, aromatic, fragrant, odorous.
    pres.indicat.
    1st person singular (yo) present indicative of spanish verb: olorosar.
    * * *
    1 fragrant, sweet-smelling
    1 (vino) full-bodied sherry
    * * *
    1.
    ADJ sweet-smelling, fragrant, scented
    2.
    SM (=jerez) oloroso, oloroso sherry
    * * *
    - sa adjetivo <jabón/flor> scented, fragrant; <queso/pies> smelly
    * * *
    = fragrant, odourous [odorous, -USA], odoriferous, scented, perfumed, smelling, sweet-smelling.
    Ex. Planting fragrant shrubs would benefit all users and in particular blind or visually impaired persons.
    Ex. The experiments studied the feasibility of keeping children away from harmful household goods through the use of odorous chemical substances which elicit inherent aversive reactions.
    Ex. Skunks use a highly odoriferous secretion to deter predation.
    Ex. The article 'Loud tastes, coloured fragrances, and scented sounds: how and when to mix the senses in persuasive communications' discusses 'synesthetic' or cross-sensory associations in persuasive language employed in advertising.
    Ex. Our testing found that gently pounding individual stalks released the delicate, perfumed and flavorful oils of the lemongrass.
    Ex. Among her favorite smelling plants include the sweet-smelling leaf undersides of the rhododendrons.
    Ex. Among her favorite smelling plants include the sweet-smelling leaf undersides of the rhododendrons.
    * * *
    - sa adjetivo <jabón/flor> scented, fragrant; <queso/pies> smelly
    * * *
    = fragrant, odourous [odorous, -USA], odoriferous, scented, perfumed, smelling, sweet-smelling.

    Ex: Planting fragrant shrubs would benefit all users and in particular blind or visually impaired persons.

    Ex: The experiments studied the feasibility of keeping children away from harmful household goods through the use of odorous chemical substances which elicit inherent aversive reactions.
    Ex: Skunks use a highly odoriferous secretion to deter predation.
    Ex: The article 'Loud tastes, coloured fragrances, and scented sounds: how and when to mix the senses in persuasive communications' discusses 'synesthetic' or cross-sensory associations in persuasive language employed in advertising.
    Ex: Our testing found that gently pounding individual stalks released the delicate, perfumed and flavorful oils of the lemongrass.
    Ex: Among her favorite smelling plants include the sweet-smelling leaf undersides of the rhododendrons.
    Ex: Among her favorite smelling plants include the sweet-smelling leaf undersides of the rhododendrons.

    * * *
    oloroso1 -sa
    ‹queso/pies› smelly; ‹jabón› scented, fragrant oloroso A algo smelling OF sth
    olorosa a lavanda smelling of lavender
    oloroso (sherry)
    * * *

    oloroso
    ◊ -sa adjetivo

    a)jabón/flor scented, fragrant

    b)queso/pies smelly

    oloroso,-a adjetivo fragant, sweet-smelling
    ' oloroso' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    olorosa
    * * *
    oloroso, -a
    adj
    fragrant
    nm
    oloroso (sherry)
    * * *
    adj scented
    * * *
    oloroso, -sa adj
    : scented, fragrant
    * * *
    oloroso adj fragrant

    Spanish-English dictionary > oloroso

  • 10 pasto

    m.
    1 fodder (hierba).
    2 pasture (sitio).
    3 lawn, grass. ( Latin American Spanish)
    4 Pasto.
    pres.indicat.
    1st person singular (yo) present indicative of spanish verb: pastar.
    * * *
    1 (pastizal) pasture
    2 (acción) grazing
    \
    a todo pasto in large quantities
    ser pasto de las llamas to go up in flames
    * * *
    noun m.
    * * *
    SM
    1) (Agr) (=acción) grazing; (=sitio) pasture; (=hierba) grass, pasture; (=pienso) feed, fodder; LAm (=césped) lawn
    2) (fig) (=alimento) food, nourishment; [del fuego] fuel

    fue pasto del fuego o de las llamas — the flames devoured it

    3)

    beber a todo pasto — to drink for all one is worth, drink to excess

    4)
    5) Méx ** (=hierba) grass **, pot **
    * * *
    a) (Agr) pasture

    a todo pasto — (Esp fam)

    ser pasto de algo persona to be the subject of something

    b) (AmL) ( hierba) grass; ( extensión) lawn, grass
    * * *
    = pasture, fodder.
    Ex. The article 'The information society of the 1990s; blue sky and green pastures?' considers how the transformation into an information intensive society affects the day to day life of an individual.
    Ex. The diverse range of perspectives represented provides fodder for lively debates.
    ----
    * gran extensión de tierra dedicada a la cría de animales de past = rangeland.
    * lugar de pasto = feeding ground.
    * pasto de limón = lemongrass.
    * pastos = grassland.
    * pastos mejores = greener pastures, pastures new.
    * tierra de pastos = pasture land.
    * zona de pasto = feeding ground, grazing area.
    * * *
    a) (Agr) pasture

    a todo pasto — (Esp fam)

    ser pasto de algo persona to be the subject of something

    b) (AmL) ( hierba) grass; ( extensión) lawn, grass
    * * *
    = pasture, fodder.

    Ex: The article 'The information society of the 1990s; blue sky and green pastures?' considers how the transformation into an information intensive society affects the day to day life of an individual.

    Ex: The diverse range of perspectives represented provides fodder for lively debates.
    * gran extensión de tierra dedicada a la cría de animales de past = rangeland.
    * lugar de pasto = feeding ground.
    * pasto de limón = lemongrass.
    * pastos = grassland.
    * pastos mejores = greener pastures, pastures new.
    * tierra de pastos = pasture land.
    * zona de pasto = feeding ground, grazing area.

    * * *
    1 ( Agr) pasture
    la región tiene buenos pastos the area has good grazing o pasture
    a todo pasto ( fam): comimos y bebimos a todo pasto we ate and drank until we were fit to burst ( colloq)
    fumaban a todo pasto they smoked like chimneys ( colloq)
    ser pasto de algo: el edificio fue pasto de las llamas the building was enveloped o engulfed in flames
    no quiero ser pasto de la murmuración I don't want to be the subject of gossip, I don't want to set tongues wagging ( colloq)
    2 ( AmL) (hierba) grass; (extensión) lawn, grass
    cortar el pasto to mow the lawn, to cut the grass
    nos sentamos en el pasto we sat on the lawn o grass
    darle pasto a algn ( Col fam); to give sb a chance o start
    * * *

     

    Del verbo pastar: ( conjugate pastar)

    pasto es:

    1ª persona singular (yo) presente indicativo

    pastó es:

    3ª persona singular (él/ella/usted) pretérito indicativo

    Multiple Entries:
    pastar    
    pasto
    pastar ( conjugate pastar) verbo intransitivo
    to graze
    pasto sustantivo masculino
    a) (Agr) pasture

    b) (AmL) ( hierba) grass;

    ( extensión) lawn, grass
    pastar verbo transitivo & verbo intransitivo to graze
    pasto sustantivo masculino
    1 (pastizal, pradera) pasture
    (hierba) grass
    2 (alimento) fodder
    ' pasto' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    zacate
    - cortar
    English:
    grass
    - pasture
    - lawn
    - lawnmower
    * * *
    pasto nm
    1. [hierba] fodder
    2. [sitio] pasture;
    una región de fértiles pastos a region abounding in fertile pasture
    3. Am [césped] lawn, grass;
    cortar el pasto to mow the lawn, to cut the grass
    4. Comp
    a todo pasto in abundance;
    ser pasto de las llamas to go up in flames
    * * *
    m ( dehesa) pasture;
    a todo pasto fam for all one is worth fam ;
    el edificio fue pasto de las llamas the building was engulfed by flames;
    fueron pasto de las murmuraciones they were the subject of rumors;
    dar pasto a fig ( fomentar) encourage
    * * *
    pasto nm
    1) : pasture
    2) hierba: grass, lawn
    * * *
    pasto n pasture

    Spanish-English dictionary > pasto

  • 11 pasto de limón

    (n.) = lemongrass
    Ex. Our testing found that gently pounding individual stalks released the delicate, perfumed and flavorful oils of the lemongrass.
    * * *
    (n.) = lemongrass

    Ex: Our testing found that gently pounding individual stalks released the delicate, perfumed and flavorful oils of the lemongrass.

    Spanish-English dictionary > pasto de limón

  • 12 perfumado

    adj.
    1 odoriferous, perfumated.
    2 perfumed, scented, balmy, fragrant.
    past part.
    past participle of spanish verb: perfumar.
    * * *
    ADJ scented, perfumed
    * * *
    = aromatic, scented, odourous [odorous, -USA], perfumed, sweet-smelling.
    Ex. The smell of their dry, aromatic leaves spiced the gentle breeze.
    Ex. The article 'Loud tastes, coloured fragrances, and scented sounds: how and when to mix the senses in persuasive communications' discusses 'synesthetic' or cross-sensory associations in persuasive language employed in advertising.
    Ex. The experiments studied the feasibility of keeping children away from harmful household goods through the use of odorous chemical substances which elicit inherent aversive reactions.
    Ex. Our testing found that gently pounding individual stalks released the delicate, perfumed and flavorful oils of the lemongrass.
    Ex. Among her favorite smelling plants include the sweet-smelling leaf undersides of the rhododendrons.
    ----
    * no perfumado = non-scented.
    * ungüento perfumado = perfumed oil.
    * vela perfumada = fragrance candle, scented candle.
    * vino perfumado = perfumed wine.
    * * *
    = aromatic, scented, odourous [odorous, -USA], perfumed, sweet-smelling.

    Ex: The smell of their dry, aromatic leaves spiced the gentle breeze.

    Ex: The article 'Loud tastes, coloured fragrances, and scented sounds: how and when to mix the senses in persuasive communications' discusses 'synesthetic' or cross-sensory associations in persuasive language employed in advertising.
    Ex: The experiments studied the feasibility of keeping children away from harmful household goods through the use of odorous chemical substances which elicit inherent aversive reactions.
    Ex: Our testing found that gently pounding individual stalks released the delicate, perfumed and flavorful oils of the lemongrass.
    Ex: Among her favorite smelling plants include the sweet-smelling leaf undersides of the rhododendrons.
    * no perfumado = non-scented.
    * ungüento perfumado = perfumed oil.
    * vela perfumada = fragrance candle, scented candle.
    * vino perfumado = perfumed wine.

    Spanish-English dictionary > perfumado

  • 13 sabroso

    adj.
    tasty, luscious, savory, flavorsome.
    * * *
    1 (con mucho sabor) tasty, delicious
    2 (agradable) pleasant, delightful
    * * *
    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 *
    * * *
    - 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.
    * * *
    - 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.

    * * *
    sabroso1 -sa
    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
    ( Col fam): lo pasamos sabrosísimo we had a great o fantastic time ( colloq)
    * * *

    sabroso
    ◊ -sa adjetivo

    1 comida tasty, delicious;
    chisme/historia spicy (colloq), juicy (colloq)
    2 (AmL fam) ( agradable) ‹música/ritmo pleasant, nice;
    clima/agua beautiful
    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
    * * *
    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
    * * *
    adj
    1 comida tasty; fig
    conversación juicy
    2 L.Am. ( agradable) nice, pleasant
    * * *
    sabroso, -sa adj
    1) rico: delicious, tasty
    2) agradable: pleasant, nice, lovely
    * * *
    sabroso adj tasty [comp. tastier; superl. tastiest] / delicious

    Spanish-English dictionary > sabroso

  • 14 yerbalimón

    Ex. Our testing found that gently pounding individual stalks released the delicate, perfumed and flavorful oils of the lemongrass.
    * * *

    Ex: Our testing found that gently pounding individual stalks released the delicate, perfumed and flavorful oils of the lemongrass.

    Spanish-English dictionary > yerbalimón

См. также в других словарях:

  • lemongrass — tikroji citrinžolė statusas T sritis vardynas apibrėžtis Miglinių šeimos prieskoninis, vaistinis kultūrinis augalas (Cymbopogon citratus), naudojamas maisto priedams (kvėpikliams) gaminti. atitikmenys: lot. Andropogon citratus; Cymbopogon… …   Lithuanian dictionary (lietuvių žodynas)

  • lemongrass — lanksčioji citrinžolė statusas T sritis vardynas apibrėžtis Miglinių šeimos prieskoninis, vaistinis augalas (Cymbopogon flexuosus), paplitęs atogrąžų Azijoje. Naudojamas maisto priedams (kvėpikliams) gaminti. atitikmenys: lot. Andropogon… …   Lithuanian dictionary (lietuvių žodynas)

  • Lemongrass — Citronnelle Citronnelle de l Inde …   Wikipédia en Français

  • lemongrass — [[t]le̱məngrɑːs, græs[/t]] also lemon grass N UNCOUNT Lemongrass is a type of grass that grows in warm countries. It is used as a flavouring in food …   English dictionary

  • lemongrass — /ˈlɛməngras/ (say lemuhngrahs) noun a tufted perennial grass, Cymbopogon citratus, cultivated in the tropics as the source of lemongrass oil, and as a herb, especially in Asian cookery. Also, lemon grass …   Australian English dictionary

  • lemongrass — noun 1. an aromatic oil that smells like lemon and is widely used in Asian cooking and in perfumes and medicines • Syn: ↑lemon grass, ↑lemongrass oil • Hypernyms: ↑oil 2. a tropical grass native to India and Sri Lanka • Syn: ↑lemon grass …   Useful english dictionary

  • lemongrass — noun Date: 1801 a grass (Cymbopogon citratus) of robust habit native to southern India and Ceylon that is grown in tropical regions for its lemon scented foliage used as a seasoning and that is the source of an aromatic essential oil; also its… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • lemongrass — lem·on·grass also lemon grass (lĕmʹən grăs ) n. A tropical grass (Cymbopogon citratus) native to southern India and Sri Lanka, yielding an aromatic oil used as flavoring and in perfumery and medicine. * * * …   Universalium

  • lemongrass — noun One of various species of grass of the genus Cymbopogon, which have a lemon like taste and aroma, and are used as herbs …   Wiktionary

  • lemongrass — n. grass native of India and Sri Lanka that produces lemon scented perfumed oil …   English contemporary dictionary

  • Lemongrass Lodge — (Бо Валлон,Сейшельские острова) Категория отеля: 3 звездочный отель Адрес: La Batie …   Каталог отелей

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