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seasoned
American English: /ˈsiz(ə)nd/
British English: /ˈsiːznd/

Translation of seasoned in Spanish:

adjective

  • 1 (experienced) a seasoned campaigner for human rights
    un veterano de las campañas por los derechos humanos
    Example sentences
    • Mostly European in appearance, they all seemed to be fairly seasoned visitors to North Korea.
    • Diane Halliday of Country Fare is, of course, a seasoned festival-goer.
    • The youngsters were competing for the first time on snow against seasoned teams.
  • 2
    (wood)
    Example sentences
    • Lumber dried by artificial heat in kilns has not the life in it that is possessed by air-seasoned material.
    • Well seasoned firewood is easier to start, produces more heat, and burns cleaner.
  • 3
    (food)
    condimentado
    highly seasoned
    muy condimentado
    Example sentences
    • Seasoned with leeks, the mashed potatoes were chunky rather than pulverized.
    • Toss the chicken in the seasoned flour to coat it.
    • Spoon hot, seasoned broth over the ribs.

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