Traducción de saucy en Español:

saucy

descarado, adj.

Pronunciación /ˈsɔsi//ˈsɔːsi/

adjetivosaucier, sauciest

  • 1

    (impudent)
    descarado
    insolente
    fresco coloquial
    • Ursula stood cold and erect, her high cheekbones giving her a look of dignity that I'm sure had intimidated many a saucy cook's apprentice.
    • A feisty, attractive Hispanic redhead, she is promoted on the network as ‘the hottest judge on television,’ and she flashes much saucy good humor.
    • There are also Antony, the pleasant young English painter who owns the castle, and Costanza, the jolly Italian housekeeper, old but wonderfully spry and saucy.
    • ‘Oh, I'm sorry,’ Kevin said, unable to help a slight saucy grin.
    • He made jokes at the teachers and had witty comments that were a little saucy.
    • Another John is a saucy southerner who talked about two Americas while surprisingly not referring to secession.
    • Mary, the saucy actress whom Sinclair fancies, has the word for it, one that Jock himself gave her: resilience.
    • They are also full of gossipy anecdotes recounted in his saucy and acerbic style.
    • This was a sparkling show, saucy in its depictions perhaps but rarely intentionally cruel.
    • Not only has she been in great demand, but her youthful on-screen tendency to look pained and always on the verge of tears has been replaced by a saucy, aggressive, womanly tone.
    • While tracking Tony's daughter down, Angela finds herself in fisticuffs with a saucy waitress, and is revealed as a monstrous hypocrite.
    • Hugging myself, I silently admitted that I missed her feisty behaviour and saucy manner.
    • She gives me a beefy, saucy grin as she hands back my change.
    • Few seem to mind, except those who think the shop owner is the one being a little saucy.
  • 2EEUU coloquial

    (lively)
    lleno de vida
    • The hair was then flat-ironed and flicked up for a saucy flip.
    • Her wardrobe for the fall-spring season also changed and she adopted a bold, saucy and fashion forward style.
    • For these people, the stylish, saucy miniature pinscher represents the perfect companion - a big dog in a small package.
    • Coming in early 2001 is their new range - brief cases and casual bags flashing a saucy minimalist flair in shapes and handles.
  • 3EEUU

    (with sauce)
    con salsa
  • 4Britanico

    (risqué)
    picante
    colorado México
    • If, however, you like your comedy no more postmodern than a saucy seaside postcard, read on.
    • There is also much saucy humour of a kind that would probably not have passed US censors.
    • The strictly post-watershed voyeuristic peek into saucy student life hits screens at the start of the new college year, with a body of fresh and sexy new faces.
    • He's shocked to find her dressed provocatively and in a saucy mood.
    • During her earliest years in Paris, Hélène worked as a model of sorts, posing for saucy postcards and doing goodness knows what else to survive.
    • Whether the subject matter is spooky or saucy, Western or exotic, these action-packed images capture the interest of collectors for a number of reasons.
    • Windows users were warned today to be on their guard for a new virus that poses as a racy attachment to a saucy email.
    • Donald McGill was a British institution whose saucy postcards became an integral part of the British seaside holiday, and at the height of his popularity were selling up to 16 million copies a year.
    • It's sexy, saucy, and will have you on the edge of your seat.
    • Aiming at 16 to 25-year-olds, the company reckoned that its saucy tube adverts were humorous.
    • His lyrics are witty and, at times, saucy, but his love songs still top my musical chart.
    • There was a germ of a good idea here, but the finished product was a pretty flaccid affair, relying on saucy language and innuendo for its cheap laughs.
    • Some Old Etonians have even claimed that they could identify him as one of their own from his writings, a hard case to credit unless Eton was stuffed with budding critics of saucy postcards and analysts of dirigiste economics.
    • He looked like a character from a saucy seaside postcard.
    • The sexy lingerie, which is saucy as only the Brits can be, features whimsical designs like embroidered bows, polka-dots, lace trimming, and side-tie ribbon closures.
    • Thomas and Rogers had hit upon a winning formula which satisfied the peculiar British liking for lavatorial humour, men in drag, and innuendo, in the tradition of music hall and the saucy picture postcard.
    • The songs Serge Gainsbourg wrote for her are sung with a saucy knowingness.
    • Orwell was writing, in 1942, about the postcard art of Donald McGill, which expressed saucy ideas about sex, marriage, fat ladies and drunks in its own inimitable form.
    • That gleam in his eye when he delivers saucy sexual double entendre is something that can never be experienced in an audio recording alone.
    • The sexy actress has splashed out £1000 on an array of saucy goods from the London store.