Traducción de rangy en Español:


largo y delgado, adj.

Pronunciación /ˈreɪn(d)ʒi//ˈreɪndʒi/

adjetivorangier, rangiest


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    largo y delgado
    larguirucho coloquial
    • Wilkie is an unkempt, rangy character with a beard and piercing gaze.
    • When the Weekender called the bar was full of farmers coming from the local mart - rangy men who know all about rams, ewes and hoggets.
    • The tall, rangy Patrick moved over to the table where Chris, James and Jenni were talking, and dropped his phenomenally heavy bag onto the floor with a thump that the secretaries one floor below heard.
    • A lean, rangy old cowboy with a lined and seamed face, he frequented a beer joint on the edge of town known colloquially as the Bloody Bucket.
    • Williams is a rangy player who flies all over the field.
    • The one in the middle was tall and rangy and wore a shiny fake leather jacket and tight black jeans.
    • Tomaschek, the tall, rangy Slovakian international captain, at least had the consolation of being in the side more likely to create a goal.
    • He has the lanky, rangy build of a classic power pitcher.
    • There was a sudden rustling in the trees and a dog, tall and rangy and beautiful, loped out.
    • The dark, rangy man behind the table stared the slender figure before him up and down.
    • Windross is a tall, rangy player, who showed some neat touches and whose confidence grew in the second half.
    • He was lean and rangy and had an easy-going, languid air about him.
    • Murphy, another rangy actor, with big doughy eyes, is every bit the soft centre in a hard shell.
    • Polley is a rangy player who covers ground with deceptive speed.
    • One dancer was rangy and goofy; another mischievous and full-bodied; another possessed.
    • Jamie is tall, rangy, laidback, unassuming, while Andy is built more powerfully and exudes confidence and attitude.
    • But it was the rangy figure of Kamathi who did just that by seizing the initiative from 200m out.
    • The man was several inches taller than Russell, with the typical broad shoulders and rangy build of a professional seaman.
    • And he pointed to a sofa, on which sat a tall, rangy, square-jawed blonde holding a glass of warm vodka.
    • But at that time, he was a tall, rangy heavyweight, barely 200 pounds.