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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (related to meat)
a. a carne (flavor)
The stew had a rich, meaty flavor.El guiso tenía un rico sabor a carne.
b. con mucha carne
I love the meaty bolognese they have at the new Italian restaurant.Me encanta la salsa boloñesa con mucha carne que tienen en el nuevo restaurante italiano.
2. (fleshy)
a. carnoso
The olympic swimmer had meaty thighs.El nadador olímpico tenía los muslos carnosos.
b. rollizo
The master drummer had enormous, meaty hands.El maestro percusionista tenía las manos enormes y rollizas.
3. (significant)
a. sustancioso
Sara has written some meaty articles for the publication.Sara ha escrito uno artículos sustanciosos para la publicación.
b. enjundioso
This isn't exactly a meaty piece of literature, but it's a fun summer read.Esta no es precisamente una obra literaria enjundiosa, pero es una lectura divertida para el verano.
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (taste)
a. a carne
2. (fleshy)
a. carnoso(a)
3. (fig)
a. con mucha miga, sustancioso(a) (book, film)
meaty [ˈmiːtɪ]
meatier (comparative)meatiest (superlative)
1 [+soup, filling] con carne; [+flavour] a carne
2 (substantial) [+argument, book] sustancioso; enjundioso; [+part, role] importante; de peso; (fleshy) [+arm, hand] rollizo;
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