Traducción de delicacy en español:

delicacy

delicadeza, n.

Pronunciación /ˈdɛləkəsi/ /ˈdɛlɪkəsi/

Ver definición en español de delicadeza

nombreplural delicacies

  • 1

    • 1.1

      (fineness, intricacy) delicadeza femenino
      (fineness, intricacy) lo delicado
      (fragility) fragilidad femenino
      (fragility) lo delicado
      the delicacy of the negotiations lo delicado de las negociaciones
      • Through the whole of the present exhibition, the changing shades of sepia, their delicacy and texture, create an impression of a sadness deep as a wound.
      • The result is wines unique in the world for their combination of low alcohol (often only about eight per cent), striking aroma, high extract, and delicacy of texture.
      • The structure shimmers with delicacy, and it is still standing after 160 years.
      • The DVD brings out these fleeting changes of visual texture with delicacy and firmness.
      • This is what the record sounds like and it has earned the above rating on pure execution within its sub-genre, structural delicacy, and elegance.
      • The delicacy of the molecular structure and of the dynamics may also play a role.
      • Set in Khartoum and London, the book charts the emotional and spiritual life of its Muslim heroine with tremendous grace and delicacy of expression.
      • The exhibition will explore the world of plant and flower painting, combining exquisite scientific detail with beauty, delicacy and expressiveness.
      • Many shots are composed with such delicacy and grace that I forgot I was watching a television program.
      • The fine furnishings bespoke delicacy and elegance that belied the shop's humble line of business.
      • The delicacy of the animation allows us to feel the texture of his fur, the warmth of his body.
      • Her interpretation was always clear in texture, with an inner calm and beautiful delicacy in the variations, which built towards a thrilling climax.
      • Certainly, it is not a seductive garment and the vision from inside pretty limited and you can only guess at the heat, but the colours and delicacy of its cloth is exquisite.
      • Beautiful juxtapositions of hardness and softness, strength and delicacy, men's work and women's work - and all within the context of remaking material history.
      • Then, in 1963, he travelled to California and developed a Pop Art style all his own - blazing colours, delicacy of line, geometrical buildings painted in oil and acrylic.
      • Three bars later, though, he'd be back tickling the finer notes out of Beethoven with utmost delicacy.
      • The sheer variety, delicacy, subtlety and compulsive fertility of her work is awe-inspiring.
      • Not much variation here, not much finesse, delicacy, lightness, or the Exotic other.
      • These structures are delicate and avoidance of injury requires delicacy and precision while performing the surgery.
      • No, saris are not symbols of delicacy, of fragile femininity; of posh don't-get-your-hands dirty pettiness!
      • The chapter on the nest, its delicacy, its fragile nature and the monumental painful effort of the bird to build it is wonderful.
      • It was a dark song, with beautiful threads of delicacy and fragility weaved into both its lyrical and musical content.
      • Catalano, who could be robust and forthright in the expression of his views, was a poet of great delicacy and precision, a master of the fragilities.
      • Women's smallness, they thought, was dependent on bone size, which provided an absolute index of women's weakness and delicacy.
      • He claimed to have painted these pictures from the need to make a living, yet they have a fragile delicacy that is precious and rare.

    • 1.2(tact)

      delicadeza femenino
      • He unravels the tangled strands of social identity and interests that surrounded these protests with considerable delicacy and insight.
      • In his article he discusses the matter with considerable delicacy.
      • So intent are they upon handling each attendant issue with the utmost delicacy that they risk losing sight of the greater picture.
      • Full of ink, she held it out to Arthur with the utmost delicacy.
      • You get a sense of shared solitude, conveyed subtly but precisely, with masterly delicacy and without ostentatious ‘acting’.
      • My father carries on talking in this gentle voice, and I can see now that he has prepared for this carefully, and is handling the situation with great finesse and delicacy.
      • Before you start, you have to approach the situation with the utmost delicacy.
      • Personally, I want to say he was a ‘gentleman,’ to signify some old fashioned manner he had, a courtesy and delicacy and diplomacy.
      • As ghost stories go, this one is handled with great subtlety and delicacy - in fact, one could argue perhaps a little too much of both.
      • Establishing security among elated, frightened people requires delicacy as well as strength.
      • I learnt that the most precious things in my life have never been treated with any delicacy.

    • 1.3(subtleness)

      lo delicado

  • 2

    (choice food)
    manjar masculino
    exquisitez femenino
    • This one has mangos in all dishes from starters, soups to main course delicacies and desserts.
    • We take it for granted - rare delicacies and convenience foods from every corner of the globe without season or limit.
    • The exhibition halls will also host a food court providing delicacies from many countries.
    • The store has launched an appeal for local delicacies and food reared or grown in the area.
    • He is running a locally acclaimed food stall offering tokek meat delicacies on the menu.
    • In Vienna these traditional foods became delicacies to be introduced to the rest of Europe.
    • Japan is known to be a densely populated country, and there is a great demand for food and cultural delicacies.
    • Spend a week in Venice mastering local delicacies such as seafood ravioli, bigoli pasta and risi e bisi soup.
    • A stretched table filled with all the delicacies of Middle Eastern cuisine.
    • She brought me food, a variety of safe dishes and delicacies I'd never tasted before.
    • There will be five stalls for selling south Indian delicacies and the French cuisine from Pondichery.
    • Extensive use of exotic ingredients make the delicacies fresh, diverse and appetizing.
    • Each of these delicacies can be made with your choice of vegetables, chicken, shrimp or goat.
    • Booking is essential, to savour delicacies such as pumpkin cappellini and roasted wild rabbit.
    • We believe good chefs are those who create delicacies out of ordinary ingredients.
    • When it's time for the party to begin I see large silver dishes steaming with delicacies.
    • The theme had been of country cuisine with delicious curry and corn delicacies.
    • You might even develop an appetite for such delicacies as foie gras and bordelaise dessert canelais on the way.
    • The restaurant also boasts a seafood section of its dishes with delicacies to which anyone could be drawn.
    • Every Tuesday is a festival of Asian delicacies - all kinds of fragrant curries and fresh fruits.