There are 2 main translations of pasty in Spanish:

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pasty 1

American English: /ˈpæsti/
British English: /ˈpasti/

noun plural -ties

  • Cornish pasty
    (empanada de papa, cebolla, nabo sueco y carne)
    Example sentences
    • I've always associated it with school meals, so to see it put in a shortcrust pasty is an intriguing way of lifting something that is otherwise quite dull and boring.
    • Samuel Pepys recorded that on 6 January 1660 he was entertained to dinner ‘which was good, only the venison pasty was palpable beef, which was not handsome’.
    • I found myself, a 10-rouble bill in hand, in front of a kiosk selling chebureki, the Crimean meat pasty. ‘And heat it up, will you?’

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pasty 2
American English: /ˈpeɪsti/
British English: /ˈpeɪsti/

adjective -tier, -tiest

  • 1.1 (pale)
    (complexion)
    Example sentences
    • He was a large, sloppy man with a round pasty face and yellow hair.
    • Now and again some workman would stop to light his pipe, but the others tramped on round him with never a smile, never a word to a mate, pasty faces all turned towards Paris, which swallowed them one by one…
    • Sam's face was pasty, he had black rings around his eyes.
    1.2
    (substance/consistency)
    Example sentences
    • Cook over medium-low heat, stirring constantly, about 12 minutes, until the mixture is pasty but not dry.
    • Stir the butter-flour mixture over high heat until it's very thick and pasty and pulls away from the sides of the pan, Remove from heat and stir until smooth.

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