zest
noun
1. (enthusiasm) 
Mark sings the role with real zest and energy.Mark canta su papel con gran entusiasmo y energía.
Paulina has been into extreme sports since we were kids. She really has a zest for danger.A Paulina le han gustado los deportes extremos desde que éramos chicos. De verdad tiene un entusiasmo por el peligro.
b. el gusto (M) 
Her zest for life affects everyone around her.Su gusto por la vida contagia a todos a su alrededor.
2. (culinary) 
Add a piece of lemon zest to the milk and boil.Añade una peladura de limón a la leche y hazla hervir.
Cut off the zest, being careful not to include any of the pith.Corta la cáscara, procurando no incorporar la parte blanca blanca.
c. la piel (F) 
Stir in the grated zest and juice of one orange.Incorpora la piel rallada y el jugo de una naranja.
3. (piquancy) 
a. el sabor (M) 
Living apart for a lot of the time added extra zest to their love life.Vivir separados gran parte del tiempo le daba más sabor a su vida amorosa.
b. el sazón (M) 
I've created some new recipes that will add zest to your cooking.He creado una recetas nuevas que le darán sazón a todo lo que cocines.
zest
Noun
1. (enjoyment) 
a. el goce m, deleite (M) 
2. (culinary) 
a. la piel f, cáscara (F) (of orange, lemon) 
zest [zest]
noun
1 (enthusiasm) gusto (m); entusiasmo (m);for por
to do sth with zest hacer algo con entusiasmo; to eat with zest comer con gusto; her zest for life sus ganas de vivir; su gusto por la vida
2 (excitement) ánimo (m)
her books are thrilling, full of zest it adds zest to the story
Phrases with "zest"
Here are the most popular phrases with "zest." Click the phrases to see the full entry.
lemon zest
la peladura de limón
orange zest
la cáscara de naranja
Examples
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