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sabroso

  
      adj  
1    [comida]   tasty, delicious
2    (=agradable)  
[libro]  
solid, meaty  
[oferta]  
substantial  
[sueldo]  
fat
3    [broma, historia]   racy, daring
4      (Andes, Caribe, Méx)   (=ameno)   pleasant
5      (Andes, Caribe, Méx)   (=parlanchín)   talkative
6      (Méx)   (=fanfarrón)   bigheaded, stuck-up *  
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'sabroso' found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
exp.
ser sabroso
adj.
rico ; sabroso ; delicioso
[Fam.]
adv.
sabroso, gustoso, delicioso, exquisito, apetitoso, lleno de sabor
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"sabroso": examples and translations in context
Paso sabroso, envolvete y untuoso. Passing to a tasty, enveloping and unctuous flavour.
Seguramente se estaba preguntando si sería sabroso como aperitivo. Possibly it was debating whether he would make a tasty snack.
Vamos a celebrar el acontecimiento con traquiquiriwhisco sabroso. Let us celebrate the event... with some delicious spirits.
Típico plato toscano muy sabroso y fácil de preparar. It's a typical tuscan dish, delicious and easy to prepare.
Parcial a la carne, disfrutamos del tierno y extremadamente sabroso lomo de ternera. Partial to beef, we especially enjoyed the tender and extremely flavorful beef tenderloin.
Aunque diré que parece bastante sabroso. Though I will say this looks pretty tasty.
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