In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1.1(of surface) suavidad femenino(of skin) homogeneidad femenino(of skin) tersura femenino
- The end surfaces of the ruby rod were ground flat and parallel and were polished to extreme smoothness.
- But it works: smoothness, ripe red and black fruit flavours and vibrant acidity sparkle from this wine.
- Side-by-side, it just lacks the aroma of Gold Blend, but delivers an equal smoothness and flavour on the palate and finish.
- Kerry has the experience, credentials and smoothness to thwart Clark and Edwards.
- The butter taste was rich and tantalising, while the smoothness of the fresh cream and yoghurt mix was offset by a kick of almond and sultana.
1.2(of consistency)suavidad femeninocremosidad femenino
1.3(of taste)suavidad femenino
2.1(of movement)suavidad femeninolo suave
2.2(of passage, transition)lo poco conflictivo
3.1(ease, polish)soltura femeninodesenvoltura femenino
3.2derogatory (glibness, suaveness)falsedad femenino
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