An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (finance)
a. very rich
Sus padres son riquísimos, así que él no necesita trabajar.His parents are very rich, so he doesn't need to work.
b. very wealthy
Luxemburgo es un país riquísimo, que vive principalmente de la banca.Luxembourg is a very wealthy country, that lives primarily off banking.
2. (culinary)
a. very tasty
Hoy estuvimos en el nuevo bar de tapas y comimos un jamón riquísimo.We went to the new tapas bar today and had some very tasty ham.
b. delicious
La paella te quedó riquísima. Me tienes que dar la receta.Your paella tastes delicious. You have to give me the recipe.
c. really nice
¿Probaste este queso? Está riquísimo con miel.Have you tried this cheese? It's really nice with honey.
3. (really lovely)
Regionalism used in Spain
a. really cute
Tienen dos crías riquísimas, de tres y cinco años.They have two really cute girls, who are three and five.
b. really sweet
El bebé está riquísimo y tiene una sonrisa adorable.The baby is really sweet and has an adorable smile.
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