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bosomy
American English: /ˈbʊzəmi/
British English: /ˈbʊz(ə)mi/

Translation of bosomy in Spanish:

adjective

  • con mucho busto
    a bosomy girl
    una chica con mucho busto or [colloquial] muy pechugona
    Example sentences
    • Even as I leave, feeling bosomy and floaty and voluptuous in the nicest possible way, it's there in the back of my mind.
    • Calling themselves ‘America's sweethearts,’ the Cowboys cheerleaders dispensed bosomy good will at children's hospitals and posed for lush swimsuit pictorials.
    • ‘Thirteen years ago I met a materialistic, narcissistic, superficial, bosomy woman from Long Island,’ he said at an NRDC fundraiser last year.

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