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gristly
American English: /ˈɡrɪs(ə)li/
British English: /ˈɡrɪs(ə)li/
, /ˈɡrɪsli/

Translation of gristly in Spanish:

adjective gristlier, gristliest

  • con mucho cartílago
    Example sentences
    • My lamb kebab with vegetables and potatoes was chewy and gristly and contained offal which some people may not like.
    • Both women tore into gristly steaks using sheer will more than the sharpness of their cutlery.
    • Specimens consumed in Orkney have been described as gristly, and those taken from certain beds have too strong a flavour of iodine or seaweed.

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