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crunchy
American English: /ˈkrən(t)ʃi/
British English: /ˈkrʌntʃi/

Translation of crunchy in Spanish:

adjective -chier, -chiest

  • Example sentences
    • Sometimes if l want a really crunchy topping l crush a pack of plain crisps and add them to the cheese before crumbling it over the surface.
    • It was absolutely delicious - each bite filled with the crunchy Rice Krispie/caramel/meringue layer and the smooth, rich whipped cream.
    • Aside from the usual setup of guitar, bass, and drums, the album is home to lots of strange, squeaky, and crunchy noises.

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