Translation of full-bodied in Spanish:

full-bodied

intenso, adj.

Pronunciation /ˌfʊlˈbɑdid///

adjective

  • 1

    (taste/aroma) intenso
    (port/wine) con cuerpo
    • Nick's soup was a rich brown colour and had a full-bodied mushroom flavour.
    • The intense colour and elegant bouquet give way to a rich, full-bodied wine with ripe fruit and polished tannins.
    • Warm touches of crushed blackcurrant and eucalyptus lead to a full-bodied and satisfying finish.
    • Bowman's novel starts off slowly but, like a good tea set to steep, becomes richer and more full-bodied as you read.
    • The bock is a strong, full-bodied, malty lager, no matter what the colour or ranges in alcohol content.
    • The 2003 version has settled and is a rich, full-bodied table wine.
    • Australian white tend to be full-bodied and ripe in style, with tropical flavors and moderate acidity.
    • Oliver has a wonderfully sweet voice that is full-bodied and rich in harmonics.
    • Having just one guitarist, I was extremely impressed at how he managed to create such a large full-bodied sound.
    • It produces wines ranging from a pale, crisp version to a full-bodied golden wine with a ripe fruit flavour, depending on when it is picked.
    • All the notes were clearly in his fingers and his head, and he drew a warm, full-bodied sound from the Hamburg Steinway.
    • The best by far were the flavoursome and full-bodied standard Russian and Polish vodkas.
    • It is a full-bodied dry red wine with many subtle aromas and flavours.
    • With plenty of spice and cherry flavours it's full-bodied and ready to drink.
    • And with music CDs the tube offered warm, full-bodied sound comparable to a good home audio setup.
    • Although the flavours are rich and full-bodied, the whisky delivers them in a soft and silky package.
    • With reds, you can go from a light, easy-drinking variety to a full-bodied wine that can knock your socks off!
    • Rich and full-bodied, Jamaican rum is considered among the best in the world.
    • This old, and now rare traditional variety has deep, full-bodied apple aromas, which hold nothing back on a super juicy palate.
    • The buttered black bean dahl had a full-bodied spicing to it, a flavour with enough interest that it didn't get boring after a few bites.