Translation of leathery in Spanish:

leathery

curtido, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈlɛð(ə)ri//ˈlɛð(ə)ri/

adjective

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    (skin) curtido
    (skin) áspero
    (steak) correoso
    (steak) duro como suela de zapatos informal
    • This helps to explain why skin often looks and feels more leathery as we age.
    • At baseline and at 1 month, the lesions were clinically assessed as soft, leathery or hard.
    • An is quite common and presents as a symmetric brown-black thickening of the skin that gradually becomes leathery or velvety in appearance.
    • The adult shell is covered by a thick, smooth, leathery skin.
    • The leathery sheet object is excellent in water repellency and water resistance in sections formed by cutting.
    • Once your plant has gotten to the point of being limp, leathery, and wrinkled, reviving the plant is usually a long process and often unsuccessful.