Translation of flesh in Spanish:


carne, n.

Pronunciation /flɛʃ//flɛʃ/


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    • 1.1(human, animal)

      carne feminine
      (wound) (before noun) superficial
      I like the outline, but you have to put some flesh on it me gusta el esquema, pero tienes que darle más cuerpo
      • There was the sound of flesh hitting other flesh and a body falling to the ground.
      • That was the sensation as flesh met flesh, as her body pressed into his and then the contact was gone.
      • The central part of this dish is tilapia, a fresh water fish with white flesh and a flaky texture.
      • Yet the end result, after removing bone, muscle and flesh, was incredibly attractive.
      • The spirit of psychoanalysis is not confined to the skin, flesh, bones and marrow of psychoanalysis, but it is also not apart from them.
      • I am a man of substance, of flesh and bone, fiber and liquids - I might even be said to possess a mind.
      • The murderous roar mocked their fragile armor of skin, flesh, bones.
      • Jim felt the pulsing of the sun as its heat, magnified by the window it was pouring through, met with soft flesh and willing muscle.
      • Glamorgan sausages contain neither flesh nor fish nor fowl, but cheese and leeks.
      • Small black spots, resembling ground pepper flakes, are visible in the fish flesh.
      • This self-tanner for the body gives even lily-white flesh like mine a healthy shimmery glow.
      • His eroticism and his understanding of the female form urged him to include more surfaces of flesh than can be seen from one point of view…
      • He believed that the ‘changeover’ from animal to human flesh was most often accidental.
      • This Skin Firming Moisturiser with seaweed extract and caffeine promises to firm up flabby flesh and reduce the appearance of cellulite.
      • The caviar is cleaned to prevent spoilage and then packed up; the rest of the fish is sold for flesh.
      • The excitement over, the fish gutted and flesh drying on deck, everyone returned to rest.
      • What do you imagine will happen when Jesus raises us all from the dead, putting muscle and flesh on dry bare bones?
      • Use grilled, roasted or steamed vegetables, minced lamb, beef, pork or chicken, and the cooked or raw flesh of almost any fish.
      • His skin had felt deliciously cool against her heated flesh as his hard body moved against hers.
      • No flesh from their bodies showed, it was all bronze armor.
      • Leading up to Easter is Lent, a period of penance lasting forty days during which only one meal a day was allowed and flesh and fish were forbidden.
      • We wanted to find out exactly what type of methylmercury was present in fish flesh.
      • Its sweet, delicate, flaky flesh makes this fish a prize catch.
      • The effects of tetrodotoxin are well documented in Japan, where the highly prized dish fugu is prepared from the raw flesh of the puffer fish.
      • She trembled and shuddered against his body, the cold flesh felt through the tunic that he wore.
      • The blade cut through bones and skin and flesh, and slashed the ground as it cut through.
      • A second later he bit down and allowed his fangs to sink into my soft flesh.
      • His blade homed in, sinking into flesh and grating past bone.
      • I'm kind of pleased that I can feel some soft flesh there on his tummy, over the rock-solid muscle.
      • The fish is famous for its tender and tasty flesh.
      • A ‘vegetarian’ is a person who does not eat meat, fish, foul or any food derived from the flesh of animals.
      • And where there was once an appealing covering of soft flesh, there was now hard bone.
      • Sea bass is a silvery grey fish with succulent white flesh.
      • Flatfish flesh changes as the fish begin to roe at this time, the consequence being that the fish are thinner and softer, and not good to cook.
      • Place the dried flesh in a food processor and add the lemon juice, yoghurt, dill and oil.
      • As of today, I am no longer eating fish, since the smell in my kitchen reminds me that fish is flesh.
      • I felt his lips graze the tender flesh of my neck.
      • The otter swam around her barely clothed body and tickled her flesh.
      • After that time, you can take a peek, and check delicately that the fish flesh flakes easily.
      • Deeper in the dark glade, there are bones, countless bones, scraps of flesh and skin, cloth, and bodies.
      • He was painfully aware of his bare flesh as bodies pressed around him once more.
      • Then the skeletons, stubborn bits of flesh and muscle still clinging to the bones, move on to the bug room.
      • The two went down in a clash of flesh and muscle and bone, the two ripping at each other for every opening possible.
      • Morays then eat these fish and their flesh becomes toxic.
      • Pieces of skin, flesh, bone falling to the ground in flakes of dust.
      • However mostly in these classes I am trying to achieve a sense of flesh and bones, weightiness or muscle structure.
      • Lake sturgeon have been fished for their flesh and their oil as well as for their caviar.
      • He reached out and grabbed his wife's shoulder here, pushing his fingers into the soft crevice of flesh over bone.
      • The term ‘vegetarian’ has only been around for about 150 years but abstinence from flesh, fish and fowl is as old as man himself.

    • 1.2(of fruit)

      pulpa feminine
      • The white flesh of the fruit consists of numerous segments, mostly seedless.
      • The flesh contains tiny, edible seeds and you can even eat the skin.
      • She peeled back the cucumber's skin in long strips, watching as green exposed the naked, white vegetable flesh.
      • Put the onions, garlic, aubergine flesh, the lemon juice and seasoning into a food processor and whiz until it begins to become a purée.
      • The ripe, red, pulpy flesh of the melons stands in with sickening authenticity for the wasted tissue of the bodies of the wounded men.
      • Removing the stalk would create openings in the skin of the fruit, enabling the chemical to contaminate the fruit's flesh.
      • In fact, the creamy white flesh is barely edible; it's tasteless and slimy.
      • Place the pepper flesh with the nuts, basil, garlic and cheese in a food processor and whizz.
      • Bright flies were embedded in the stringy pulp, the glistening flesh of the fruit.
      • The thick flesh makes the fruit suitable for stuffing and baking.
      • Cracks in sweet cherry fruits are shallow or deep oblong wounds in the fruit flesh.
      • If you timed it right you could spend a good part of the day out of the sun with cool pulpy grape flesh oozing between your toes.
      • She hadn't felt hungry before, but her stomach quaked in defiance to its emptiness as her eyes touched the fruit's flawless red flesh.
      • At each harvest the fresh weight and dry matter content of fruit flesh and stones were measured after peeling and stoning.
      • Cut a ripe kiwi fruit in half and squeeze it over the squid, letting both the juice and flesh of the fruit drop into the bowl.
      • It has a core or seed of truth, but no flesh of the fruit.
      • Honey locust trees did have a kind of fruit, a pod that contained sweet flesh, edible pulp.
      • The dark background provides an effective relief for the juicy white flesh of the mangosteen fruit.
      • The yellow or pinkish flesh contains edible, crunchy little seeds.
      • The lower oil content of the fruit flesh confers a slightly watery, almost sweet taste not found in the other two botanical races.

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    the flesh la carne
    • At the same time his work celebrated (under the cover of classical mythology) the sensuous pleasures of the flesh.
    • I hereby renounce all desires of the flesh, especially ones that involve spatulas.
    • In contrast to the previous evening the pleasures of the flesh were much in evidence.
    • With crew members leading a lonely existence and having to stay away from their family for days together, they are tempted to give in to the pleasures of the flesh.
    • Being at home with three children (two still ill) means evenings are given over entirely to pleasures of the flesh.
    • In the major part of his teaching he clearly says the flesh is only the physical body, and it is the body which is the ‘seat of sin’.
    • You enjoy luxury, sensuality, and pleasures of the flesh.
    • The old man once walked in trespasses and sins according to the course of this world, according to the prince of the power of the air, fulfilling the desires of the flesh and of the mind.
    • ‘Death takes the flesh, but the soul lives on, for that part of you is eternal’, he taught the woman.
    • Human nature urges us to satisfy the natural desires of the flesh.
    • When not reminded, he did not miss the pleasures of the flesh much.
    • Or the very kind of conflict between the flesh and the soul, was something they believed, and so you would believe it too.