Traducción de pithy en español:

pithy

sucinto y expresivo, adj.

Pronunciación: /ˈpɪθi//ˈpɪθi/

adjetivo

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    (remark/reply) sucinto y expresivo
    (reply/remark) conciso y expresivo
    • And the connection is a pithy phrase of Deputy Noonan's dating back to the 1987 election campaign.
    • I didn't truly understand Dean Ricci when he uttered this pithy quote during an admissions interview.
    • Fighting for the Future, for all its provocative arguments and pithy language, sometimes borders on the apocalyptic.
    • Maybe you'll be glad to see the end of my pithy exam summaries, who knows?
    • One of those pithy phrases that tie together life, death, and the transcendental power of the written word.
    • Soames looked him up and down before dismissing him with a pithy phrase from a great wartime leader.
    • Every few minutes our phones beep with some pithy comment from each other.
    • The narration is flooded with wonderfully pithy, insightful commentary.
    • The bard might have had some pithy poetic observations on Wilson's vision of corporate sponsorship.
    • The emails ranged from pithy observations to throwaway responses.
    • For once, I have no pithy rejoinder to tack on to a post.
    • The clarity of ideas and the interlacing of pithy quotes make this a readable, thought-provoking book.
    • - Thanks to Joe for this pithy summary of the relevant issues.
    • We live in the age of fast food and pithy one-liners.
    • But Porter does not shy away from the pithy language of the street, when it seems called for.
    • Knox delivers his one pithy line of the scene.
    • And I'm not going to end with a pithy summary.
    • I'm too tired to come up with something pithy.
    • He wrote plain English, punctuated by short pithy sentences.
    • And it's years since I've heard anyone pile up as many pithy one-liners.
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    Botánica
    medular
    • When the trees bloom in March or April, the Walkers try to remove any remaining old, pithy fruit.
    • In particular, its attractive golden rind is not a distinct, pithy covering like that of a true citrus fruit, but is thin, soft, and pulpy.