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"Crumbly" is an adjective which is often translated as "que se desmigaja", and "missing" is an adjective which is often translated as "perdido". Learn more about the difference between "crumbly" and "missing" below.
crumbly
An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (general)
a. que se desmigaja
I baked the crumbly cake. I guess it's not moist enough.Yo hice el pastel que se desmigaja. Creo que no está lo suficiente húmedo.
b. que se desmenuza fácilmente
Let's put some kind of fresh, crumbly cheese on the salad.Hay que echarle a la ensalada algún queso que se desmenuce fácilmente.
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missing(
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (lost)
a. perdido
The poor dog is still missing.El pobre perro todavía está perdido.
2. (absent)
a. ausente
The missing student finally arrived to the fourth class.La estudiante ausente por fin llegó a la cuarta clase.
3. (disappeared)
a. desaparecido
The missing troop never returned.La tropa desaparecida nunca regresó.
4. (lacking)
a. desprovisto
The boy is missing his front teeth.El niño está desprovisto de sus dientes delanteros.
b. faltar
She is missing a shoe.A ella le falta un zapato.
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