Traducción de brawny en Español:


musculoso, adj.

Pronunciación /ˈbrɔni//ˈbrɔːni/

adjetivobrawniest, brawnier

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    • Sister Miriam was tucked under his brawny arm, her head resting on her father's chest.
    • In the center of the hole was a brawny, black-gloved arm, its fingers curled tightly into a large fist.
    • The man facing them was taller than both by a few inches, and had strong, brawny arms.
    • By comparison, Frederick looked more like his father, strongly built and brawny.
    • Under the hood there's a brawny but ultimately very civilised 2.4-litre engine, outputting 170 hp.
    • Going brawny seems to be the best and easiest way.
    • It's as big and brawny as you would expect, a classic barbecue wine made in an inky, take-no-prisoners style.
    • I admire the brawny bravado of the pretence, but I'm not convinced.
    • The two we select are brawny with fresh fruit and flavour.
    • Painted in red, the brawny, no-frills vehicle with a canvas top advertises its military credentials with elan.
    • Unless he watched his step, the brawny man could fall into the channel and drown, only to wash up in a distant place hours - days - later.
    • He was around about 40 (though maybe younger and just ravaged by alcohol) and rather brawny and scary.
    • He raised another eyebrow when he saw his uncle sling his brawny arms around the slender human's shoulders to pull her close to his side.
    • Avery looked to see a brawny, muscular man walking their way.
    • I reminisce for a fleeting moment about breezy Saturday nights, black couches and a brawny shoulder
    • It tastes beefy in every respect: fleshy, brawny and intense.
    • In fact, it is a surefire way to ask for trouble, especially if you are not a brawny entity with plenty of legal and monetary clout to back you all the way.
    • Two strong, brawny arms reached down and went under the vampire's back.
    • The arm is brawny enough for a man, but the nails are very long, like a woman's.
    • I love this guy, and his pack of brawny Italians, to bits and pieces.