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nutty
American English: /ˈnədi/
British English: /ˈnʌti/

Translation of nutty in Spanish:

adjective -tier, -tiest

  • 1
    (taste)
    a nueces ( or almendras etc)
    Example sentences
    • Simply grind in a coffee grinder or high-powered blender 3 measures of linseed, two measures of sunflower seeds and one measure of almonds to make a delicious nutty tasting powder.
    • For appetizers, I recommend the arugala salad for those who enjoy the distinctly nutty flavour of this salad green.
    • We sampled the plump, satisfying pork pot-stickers as well as the shrimp balls on cloud ear mushrooms, which combined a distinctly nutty flavour with the sweet pink puffs of shrimp.
  • 2 [colloquial] 2.1 (eccentric)
    (idea)
    de loco
    2.2 (very fond) See examples:to be nutty about somebody
    estar loco or chalado or chiflado por alguien [colloquial]
    Example sentences
    • There is no tangible search for solutions and little real, positive innovation or creativity; merely the recycling of outdated ideas, baseless gossip and nutty proposals.
    • Out there on the radical fringe, Lester knows he's unlikely to persuade the U.S. Congress to adopt his nutty proposals
    • I have no doubt that the advice you have received from economists and tax experts has told you why your proposal is nutty.

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