adj (-tier, -tiest)
- 1.1 [taste/smell] a carne; [soup/stew] con mucha carne; [rabbit/bone] carnoso, con mucha carneMore example sentences1.2 (thick) [hands/arms/shoulders] rollizo
More example sentences1.3 (having substance) [article/book] sustancioso, enjundioso
- Then she is bustling away, a whirlwind of activity, testing a pot of meaty soup with a spoon that she pulls out of nowhere, sticking a sliver of wood into a rising cake in an open oven to check that it is cooking.
- Nodding furiously, he furiously began to start serving the meaty soup to the peasants.
- In this case, they were far from trendy al dente vegetables and had a rich meaty, sharp flavour, which I would happily have had as a main course.
More example sentences
- I know she would have hated Marie, and that Marie was everything she wasn't, but I think that was kind of the point; French, tall, slightly meaty, and blonde, Marie is nothing like her.
- Barnes slaps his meaty hand over the mouth of a soldier screaming from the searing pain of shrapnel and menacingly commands ‘Take the pain!’
- To attract a cast like that, Mystic River had to offer some meaty roles.
- It also offers Woronov her first meaty film role since Bartel's Scenes From the Class Struggle in Beverly Hills 13 years ago.
- But it lacks the meaty substance of its predecessors, and feels too fluffy, light, and simplistic to truly work.
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