Translation of earthy in Spanish:


terroso, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈərθi/ /ˈəːθi/

See Spanish definition of terroso

adjective earthier, earthiest

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    (shade/tone) terroso
    an earthy taste/smell un sabor/olor a tierra
    • Open the door and breathe in the mossy, earthy smell of saturated soil.
    • New pest and weed problems appeared, and the soil became harder and lost its earthy smell.
    • She moved slowly through the darkness, the earthy smell of damp roots and soil all about her.
    • With specialist ingredients from rare spices through to exotic vegetables and fresh seafood our menu combines earthy, traditional Indian flavours with cutting edge style.
    • In another salad, waxy redskin potatoes with a deep, earthy flavour were served warm, along with a poached egg, on a combination of leaves and vegetables sprinkled with sesame seeds.
    • Experts say the earthy smell is caused by geosmin, a chemical produced by a common bacterium, streptomyces coelicolor, found in most soils.
    • My favourite so far has been the local mushrooms the like of which I've never tasted - earthy and full of flavour.
    • The distinctive earthy flavour of the food is now lost, to be perhaps sourced only in a few remote villages.
    • At the time I thought the wine was far too heavy and had an earthy flavour.
    • I choose the wild mushroom tagliatelle, full of earthy porcini flavour rather than cream, followed by pan-fried monkfish with capers, rosemary and crispy potatoes.
    • A earthy, musky smell exuded from the forest that now surrounded him.
    • It was faint, barely there, but he could sense the misplaced aroma of foreign spices amid the earthy smells of rain and horse.
    • The rich, earthy smell of the shampoo Kia always used drifted from her golden hair, tickling the inside of his nostril.
    • In the gust of wind that followed him, she smelled the earthy scent of a sandalwood perfume, mixed with silk and leather.
    • He smelled good; earthy and real, no perfume or cologne like Joe's and the other men who had once courted her.
    • Good compost should smell earthy, even sweet, and should be dark and crumbly.
    • There was a soft, earthy smell, and it was pleasantly warm, with a fire burning low in the hearth.
    • I could see a few strands of root protruding out of the walls, and the place had an earthy smell to it.
    • Deep ripe raspberry aromas and peppery spice scents deliver a smooth rounded mouthful of robust earthy raspberry flavours, firm tannins and classic peppery finale.
    • Take a sniff; if the soil smells rank and sour, instead of earthy, the plants have been over-watered and may have root rot.
    • All rooms are decorated with natural fibers and earthy colors like adobe and grass green and have wood floors.
    • Meanwhile, cool and tawny neutrals ground many collections with a natural and earthy element.
    • Work on the east wing has been completed, restoring the natural, earthy colour of the plaster, and enhancing the red brick.
    • The trend is for more natural and earthy colors and textures.
    • The film's earthy language meant it had problems attracting an American distributor.
    • There's plenty of earthy language, but lots of laughs too.
    • So she used earthy language and tore off her wig, startling the other members of the court with her informality.
    • One of the most compelling qualities of the book is its retention from the archives of the earthy language of the people.
    • It contributed a repertory of immortal songs easily memorable by their combination of direct tunes and earthy good humour.
    • The man's perennial good humor, his sympathetic understanding of any and all problems, his salty language and his earthy comments are a vital contribution to the morals of the ship.
    • A bold feminist, Agnes exudes a magnetic, if earthy, sexual attraction, helped no end by her ever-revealing cleavage.
    • The Doctor's harrowing account of the orthopaedic centres for polio and landmine victims was punctuated with the earthy humour of the people he deals with.
    • She says what she thinks and has an earthy sense of humour.
    • The movement contrasts pale, exquisite images of melancholy with extrovert, earthy humour and frequently makes comically literal references to hunting or farming scenes in the text.
    • One gets from this image a similar ‘patchwork’ promise of extended sadness, of mixed dreams realized in fragments with an earthy vigorous humor.
    • His earthy humor, his ability to joke when things seemed darkest, and his endless supply of homespun stories certainly helped him cope with the crises of war.
    • Their sense of humour is dry and earthy, based on observing the reality of life.
    • Similarly, the overtures go well, yet the conductor misses something of the earthy humor of the Academic Festival.
    • He also had a reputation for a decidedly earthy sense of humor.
    • These outer movements are witty, but the internal ones are either passionate or governed by a more earthy sense of humor.
    • He was sharply perceptive and had an earthy, sly humour which put an edge on his nice irony.
    • When we meet, she exudes a natural, earthy sexiness.
    • Walt Whitman, for example, created a fantastic self-image which appealed to those seeking an earthy, robust American literary voice.
    • Her robust, earthy attractiveness roared back to life in earnest as she responded warmly to his embrace.
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    (person) llano
    (person) campechano
    (sensuality) primitivo
    (humor) desenfadado
    (humor) directo