Translation of thickset in Spanish:

thickset

espeso, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈθɪkˌsɛt//θɪkˈsɛt//θɪkˈsɛt/

adjective

  • 1

    (hedge/forest) espeso
    (hedge/forest) tupido
  • 2

    (man) fornido
    (man) macizo
    • The commander was a thickset man with hooded eyelids and a greasy charm.
    • Before we could walk to the door, a thickset man opened it.
    • I just retain the impression of a short, thickset, dark-haired individual dressed in hairy tweed and sitting in silence in an armchair.
    • Described as a thickset man of average height, Joe always wore a cap.
    • Yes, I was accosted, again, in my driveway with two very thickset people, attempted to get into the car at night.
    • Everywhere you look, there are thickset bully boys in tight-fitting suits, ready to dish out punishment.
    • He was positioned behind three other men and a thickset woman.
    • As he strode across the lobby, I saw an elderly man, thickset and tough, who resembled an oil tycoon.
    • The widow's small thickset neighbours, gathered in the plain, seemly room, are doggedly attentive as the priest, comically, explains the afterlife to a ghost.
    • The thickset man, who was in his 50s, drove off with a trailer in tow, but was followed by Mr Long.
    • The guest was a thickset, strong-looking middle-aged man with grey hair and moustache.
    • The findings, based on ancient human bones from a cave in Romania, add to the long-running debate as to why Neandertals, a heavy-browed, thickset species of human, eventually became extinct.
    • Without the racist prop the reader would have been just like anyone else on the train, yet with it he suddenly appeared to be an archetypal thickset English thug.
    • He's a thickset, ex-pat Brit who's spent nine no-risk years sunning himself by his swimming pool, tempting skin cancer.
    • One afternoon a short, thickset visitor, bearded and dressed à la mode, presented himself backstage.
    • He sat up, revealing broad, stocky shoulders and thickset arms to go along with them.
    • The peasant in charge of laundry duty, a thickset, intimidating woman of considerable age, looked Kelly up and down with a beady, critical eye.
    • A thickset woman with very short, dark hair, she was silent and barely flinched as people passing her hissed insults into her ear.
    • Karl stood up almost immediately to shake the hand of a thickset man.
    • In one corner, I noticed that a group of thickset males were eyeing their orders.