Translation of succulent in Spanish:

succulent

suculento, adj.

Pronunciation: /ˈsəkjələnt//ˈsʌkjʊl(ə)nt/

adjective

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    (juicy)
    (meat/fruit) suculento
    • The crispy and succulent beans fried with tasty prawn paste and sweet grated coconut may be one of the few vegetarian dishes in the restaurant.
    • The rest of the day passed in an exciting rush of succulent foods, rushing lights and hot baths from an always-hot bathtub.
    • Tuesday's braised pork belly, a tender hunk of succulent meat layered with fat, served over salty French lentils.
    • Three-flavour chicken with rice and vegetables is a good choice, as is the sweet, succulent pork BBQ, also served with a healthy portion of fresh veggies.
    • A succulent dish, it was served with a delicate sauce comprising olive oil, garlic and citrus juice.
    • He removes a circle from the middle, replaces it with crisp endive, then uses it as a lid over succulent slices of rabbit, stuffed with mushroom duxelles and its own kidney.
    • The steak was well cooked and suitably dressed in succulent mushrooms with a cheeky pepper sauce to make matters interesting.
    • With a ready-cooked lobster you might end up with a dry, rubbery texture rather than deliciously succulent meat.
    • The tuna was succulent and fresh and the garnishes were cut after I'd ordered it rather than having sat before my arrival.
    • Armed with a basket each, we soon found delicious, succulent fruit among the straw.
    • Lili's salad, by contrast, was delicious: the slivers of chicken tender and tasty, and perfectly complemented by the succulent slices of mango.
    • There were sizzling sausages, succulent bacon and delicious free-range eggs, but they were placed on English muffins and drizzled with a light béchamel sauce.
    • The food in Jerez in southern Spain is unforgettable: succulent seafood and delicious ham from black-trottered, acorn-eating pigs.
    • Once you've slurped up the delicious, scalding hot soup, then feel free to gobble up the succulent pork and dumpling shell.
    • The succulent pork was moist and full of smoke flavor.
    • Lewanna imagined thin, crispy crust smothered in sweet yet savory tomato sauce, warm cheese, pepperoni, and succulent mushrooms.
    • It was really good, a perfect mix of flavors to accompany the succulent meat.
    • The seafood primi are tasty, and the walnut cake is positively succulent.
    • The pork was deliciously succulent and tender with a great flavour being imparted from the meat's fat.
    • The wait for ribs and sliced pork yielded heaping plates of succulent meat dripping in sauce and accompanied by chunky homemade potato salad and hot, crispy fried okra.
  • 2

    Botany
    (stems/leaves) carnoso
    succulent plant suculenta feminine
    • The plant is succulent with leaves in tight rosettes more or less four centimetres or more across in diameter.
    • Because of the scarcity of water and succulent vegetation in the desert, rural gardeners often find everything from skunks to javelina to coyotes nibbling at their crops.
    • Sporting thin, jagged leaves upon a succulent, fleshy stem, the herb is easily uprooted and replanted due to its shallow root system.
    • This incredible trailing groundcover has vivid fleshy leaves and succulent stems that enable it to store water and thrive in even the harshest climates.
    • For example, thick, waxy, succulent leaves indicate arid environments in which the plant must conserve water.

noun

Botany

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    suculenta feminine