brassy

brassy
An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
adjective
1. (resembling brass)
a. dorado
The interior of the bar has a sort of Prohibition aesthetic about it, with lots of brassy and woody tones.El interior del bar tiene cierta estética de la Prohibición, con diferentes colores dorados y tonos de madera.
2. (lacking taste)
a. ordinario
While Randy enjoyed Darlene's company, her brassy sense of fashion didn't make her a prime candidate to bring home to his demanding mother.Aunque Randy disfrutaba de la compañía de Darlene, su sentido de la moda ordinario no la hacía la mejor candidata para presentar a su exigente madre.
3. (music)
a. estridente
The producer told the engineer that he thought the vocals still sounded too brassy.El productor le dijo al ingeniero que la voz seguía sonando demasiado estridente.
b. brillante
Perez Prado's band had this big brassy sound that was impossible to ignore.La orquesta de Pérez Prado tenía un sonido fuerte y brillante que era imposible de ignorar.
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brassy
An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
adjective
1. (colloquial)
a. demasiado segura de sí misma y chillona (woman)
brassy [ˈbrɑːsɪ]
adjective
brassier (comparative)brassiest (superlative)
1 (like brass) (in colour) dorado; de color dorado; (cheap) ordinario
...a woman with big brassy earrings
2 (harsh) [+sound] estridente
Musicians blast their brassy jazz from street corners
(metallic) metálico
3 [+person] descarado
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