Translation of sultry in Spanish:

sultry

Pronunciation: /ˈsʌltri/

adj (-trier, -triest)

  • 1 [climate/weather/day] sofocante, bochornoso
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    • As his plane moved through the sultry air at eleven thousand feet he reviewed his progress.
    • It was a welcome relief from the sultry weather conditions for people as Chandigarh and the adjoining areas had a low to moderate rainfall today.
    • So what's the next best option to escape from the sultry weather?
  • 2 (sensual) [voice/smile/person] sensual, seductor
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    • It's impossible to imagine her as the girl next door or a sultry temptress, so she often ends up playing the sexless totty, rather than the heroine.
    • She shot to fame as a sultry seductress in Desperate Housewives.
    • She reinvented herself from cute girl-next-door to sultry diva.

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