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brawny
American English: /ˈbrɔni/
British English: /ˈbrɔːni/

Translation of brawny in Spanish:

adjective -nier, -niest

  • Example sentences
    • Two strong, brawny arms reached down and went under the vampire's back.
    • The man facing them was taller than both by a few inches, and had strong, brawny arms.
    • Avery looked to see a brawny, muscular man walking their way.

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