Definición de raunchy en inglés:

raunchy

Saltos de línea: raunchy
Pronunciación: /ˈrɔːn(t)ʃi
 
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adjetivo (raunchier, raunchiest)

informal
  • 1Energetically earthy and sexually explicit: his raunchy new novel
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    • ‘When other videos are raunchy, they blur it, they don't edit it,’ Monifah says.
    • The tactic ultimately backfired when viewers complained afterward to the BBC Web site that the show wasn't raunchy enough.
    • In New York it was just a raunchy, cynical hour and ten minutes.
  • 2US Shabby or grubby: the restaurant’s style is raunchy and the sanitation chancy
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    • I finally sneak a look up at him, suddenly feeling incredibly raunchy and dirty.

Derivativos

raunchily

adverbio
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  • ‘I don't like the Bratz dolls, or the way the manufacturers dress them,’ she says, referring to the raunchily attired best-selling fashion dolls.
  • Lots of people dancing raunchily until their sweat showed on their teeshirts, faces dripping.
  • A raunchily energetic jazz-class scene and some dirty dancing in a club demonstrate how hopelessly uptight ballet is compared with Terpsichore's earthier manifestations.

raunchiness

sustantivo
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  • Total raunchiness and bad language in this chapter.
  • The raunchiness of the former stands in marked contrast to the poignancy of the latter.
  • A Caribbean breeziness turns to an unexpected raunchiness in which Woods digs into some honking, bar-walking sax.

Origen

1930s: of unknown origin.

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