Translation of pulpy in Spanish:


pastoso, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈpəlpi//ˈpʌlpi/

adjectivepulpier, pulpiest

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    • Then all grew withered and lost shape, becoming a pulpy mass, like gelatin.
    • One pictures lazy afternoons engorged on and sticky with pulpy, overripe South Pacific fruits.
    • Like a man, the saguaro has an internal skeleton covered with pulpy flesh.
    • Turn down the heat and simmer gently for 45 minutes to an hour until everything is very soft and pulpy.
    • Remove, cover and cook a further 5 minutes or until rhubarb is pulpy and liquid has evaporated.
    • In May and June the leaves and branches shoot forth very rapidly, but the new growth is pulpy and tender.
    • On the roadside, groups of men pry the bean from the pulpy fruit, tossing the shells aside.
    • It split immediately, with a puddle of yellowish cocoa butter pooling around a gritty, pulpy center.
    • The spoiled form has a scrawl of a mouth slewed in pulpy damage.
    • Broke my fall with my hand which quickly turned into a big bloody pulpy mess.
    • Like the pulpy kind you spread on your toast.
    • I like tomatoes which are vine ripened, deep red, and pulpy.
    • My next task was to get the right texture for the purees - smooth but not pulpy.
    • The chick pea dish, in the opinion of our chick pea aficionado, was overcooked and the peas pulpy.
    • The cells of the glands contain bright pink fluid, charged with granules or with globular masses of pinkish pulpy matter.
    • Traditionally, island women chewed up the leaves and stalks of the kava-kava plant and spat the pulpy mass into the communal bowl.
    • Melt the butter in a large sauté pan and cook the cherry tomatoes with the garlic until soft and pulpy.
    • We struggled to taste the mushrooms through the pulpy texture.
    • The outer or pulpy integument of the seed may have a wrinkled appearance.
    • Bring to a simmer and cook for 20 minutes or until they become soft and pulpy.