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irreal {adj}airy [fig.] [idealistic, impractical]
furioso {adj}apoplectic [fig.] [enraged]
con desconfianza {adv}askance [fig.] [with scepticism]
mal {adv}askew [fig.]
astron. astronómico {adj} [también fig.]astronomical [also fig.]
básico {adj}bare [fig.] [truth, facts: basic]
desnudo {adj} [cuerpo] [también fig.: lugar, arból]bare [person: naked; body part: uncovered; place: empty; tree: without leaves]
biol. med. bilioso {adj} [también: fig.]bilious [also: fig]
desolador {adj}bleak [fig.] [grim, joyless]
descerebrado {adj} [también fig.]brainless [also fig.]
estridente {adj}brassy [fig.] [coll.] [loud, brash]
pesado {adj} [también fig.]burdensome [also fig.]
cáustico {adj} [también fig.]caustic [also fig.]
angelical {adj} [fig.]cherubic [fig.]
pegajoso {adj} [col.]clingy [fig.] [person]
con sequedad [fig.]curtly
destrozado {adj} {past-p} [también fig.]devastated [also fig.]
diabólico {adj}devilish [fig.] [extremely troublesome]
ingenioso {adj}devilish [fig.] [ingenious, cunning]
travieso {adj}devilish [fig.] [mischievous]
anat. embrionario {adj} [también fig.]embryonic [also fig.]
proselitista {adj}evangelic [fig.] [zealous]
proselitista {adj}evangelical [fig.] [zealous]
grueso {adj}fat [fig.] [thick]
med. febril {adj} [también fig.]febrile [also fig.]
gastr. picante {adj}fiery [fig.] [spicy]
sospechoso {adj}fishy [coll.] [fig.] [suspicious]
muy elaborado {adj}frilly [fig.] [overly elaborate]
frívolo {adj}frilly [fig.] [trivial, frivolous]
periférico {adj}fringe [attr.] [fig.] [not mainstream]
pol. alternativo {adj} [radical]fringe [attr.] [fig.] [on the political margins]
frío {adj} [fig.]frosty [fig.] [unfriendly]
anticuado {adj}fusty [fig.] [old-fashioned]
fanfarrón {adj}gassy [fig.] [coll.] [boastful]
charlatán {adj}gassy [fig.] [coll.] [talkative]
favorable {adj}Goldilocks [fig.] [with favourable conditions, just right]
cursi {adj} [col.]gooey [coll.] [fig.] [overly sentimental]
acalorado {adj} {past-p} [también fig.]heated [also fig.]
relig. herético {adj} [también fig.]heretical [also fig.]
intragable {adj} [fig.]intolerable
cobarde {adj}invertebrate [fig.] [cowardly]
rojo {adj} [col.] [colérico, furioso]livid [coll.] [fig.] [furiously angry]
horripilante {adj}lurid [fig.] [gruesome]
escabroso {adj}lurid [fig.] [sensationalist]
maleable {adj} [también fig.]malleable [also fig.]
desaliñado {adj}mangy [fig.] [scruffy, dirty]
egocéntrico {adj}masturbatory [fig.] [self-involved or unproductive]
mordaz {adj}mordant [fig.] [biting, caustic]
mordazmente {adv}mordantly [fig.] [bitingly, caustically]
rancio [fig.] [anticuado]musty [fig.] [antiquated]
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