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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (cooked too much)
Amy worked really hard to prepare these vegetables. We can't tell her that they're overcooked.Amy se esforzó mucho para preparar estas verduras. No podemos decirle que están recocidas.
What did you have for dinner? - Overcooked meat and underdone rice. I need to learn to cook better.¿Qué cenaste? - Carne pasada y arroz medio crudo. Necesito aprender a cocinar mejor.
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