There are 2 main translations of husky in Spanish:

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husky 1

American English: /ˈhəski/
British English: /ˈhʌski/

adjective -kier, -kiest

  • 1 (hoarse)
    Example sentences
    • She speaks in a husky voice that clicks slightly from a dry mouth.
    • ‘You go ahead,’ Rex said in an anxious, slightly husky voice.
    • The women were all in sequins and diamonds and they smoked cigarettes and had raspy voices and husky laughs.
  • 2 (brawny) [colloquial]
    grandote [colloquial]
    Example sentences
    • He was a few inches shorter than me and he's husky.
    • The husky man looked irritated at being interrupted.
    • This is why husky men over 6 feet tall should avoid yoga.

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husky 2

noun plural -kies

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