Sabroso in English | Spanish to English Translation
sabrosa is the feminine form of sabroso.
sabroso
adjective
1. (good flavor)
a. tasty
Esa pechuga de pato estuvo tan sabrosa.That duck breast was so tasty.
b. delicious
Te recomiendo que lo lleves a ese lugar peruano delicioso. I recommend that you take him to that delicious Peruvian place.
2. (gossip)
a. juicy
Se está corriendo un rumor sabroso por la oficina.There is a juicy rumor running around the office.
3. (enjoyable) (Latin America)
a. pleasant
Pasamos una velada sabrosa con buena comida y un ambiente inmejorable.We had a pleasant evening with good food and an unbeatable ambiance.
b. nice
La masajista del spa me dio un sabroso y relajante masaje.The masseuse at the spa gave me a nice and relaxing massage.
4. (lively) (Chile)
a. fun
Tu amigo es muy sabroso, siempre está contando chistes y haciéndonos reír.Your friend is very fun; he's always cracking jokes and making us laugh.
5. (substantial)
a. considerable
Recibió una sabrosa oferta por la casa que no puedo igualar.She received a considerable offer for the house that I can't match.
sabroso, -a
adjective
1. tasty (gustoso)
2. tidy, considerable (substancioso) (cantidad)
3. juicy, tasty (comentario) (gracioso)
4. pleasant, nice (grato) (Carib, Colombian Spanish, Mexican Spanish); entertaining (entretenido)
5. catchy (contagioso) (ritmo) (Carib, Colombian Spanish, Mexican Spanish); contagious (risa)
sabroso
adjective
1 [+comida] tasty; delicious
2 (agradable) [+libro] solid; meaty; [+oferta] substantial; [+sueldo] fat
3 [+broma, historia] racy; daring
4 (And) (Caribe) (México) (ameno) pleasant
5 (And) (Caribe) (México) (parlanchín) talkative
6 (México) (fanfarrón) bigheaded; stuck-up (familiar)
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