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maggoty
American English: /ˈmæɡədi/
British English: /ˈmaɡəti/

Translation of maggoty in Spanish:

adjective

  • con gusanos
    Example sentences
    • The mushroom man, for instance - who also sold dates, walnuts and the best olives I've ever eaten - treated me better after an epic row over maggoty porcini which secured the refund I was after and also attracted a small approving crowd.
    • A west Wiltshire informant tells me that as a child he was cautioned against picking maggoty blackberries, ‘because the fairies had weed on them.’
    • I wash the dirt carefully off their stems, slice away any maggoty flesh, and cook them in garlic and cream.

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