Translation of hunk in Spanish:


trozo, n.

Pronunciation /həŋk/ /hʌŋk/

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  • 1

    trozo masculine
    pedazo masculine
    a hunk of bread/meat/cheese un trozo de pan/carne/queso
    • By using knives and forks to cut food into smaller pieces, we no longer need a large enough jaw to cram in big hunks of food.
    • The blast, not far from diplomatic quarters and the king's main palace, left piles of rubble, hunks of twisted metal, broken glass and a large crater.
    • As they turned to face their attacker, they were met with a spread of missiles that sent them flying back in tangled hunks of shrapnel.
    • The process of transforming scraps of wood and hunks of metal into fine art is the essence of Martin's work.
    • He tore off a hunk of the fresh bread and a small piece of cheese and munched on them as he watched the river flow.
    • The grilled tofu sandwich is also a winner: big hunks of grilled tofu along with some tomatoes, lettuce, roasted red peppers, pesto and your choice of hummus or mayo.
    • Although foundation slabs, driveways, sidewalks, and retaining walls all look like big hunks of rock, there are forces acting in different directions that the concrete structure must resist.
    • But, those aren't the only reasons we love those gas-guzzling, beautifully molded hunks of steel.
    • The ribs were especially great, along with the coconut shrimp and hunks of steak (brown on the outside, pink on the inside).
    • Two minutes and three sips of water later a large bowl arrives filled with a dirty green liquid, many vegetables, large hunks of chicken and in the centre a massive pile of noodles.
    • An exceedingly thin slice of meat between meaty hunks of bread.
    • Which means we've been through the huge hunks of meat cooked perfectly to order, the enormous salads and the garlic mashed potatoes.
    • When my dish, the slow-roasted lamb shanks with braised fennel and roast garlic mash, arrived, juicy hunks of lamb were falling off the bone.
    • Nearby cars were torn into twisted hunks of metal by the explosion.
    • Twisted hunks of metal were falling off the facade.
    • The feast begins with a few hunks of soft onion bread and a thimbleful of an intensely rich roasted-eggplant garlic spread.
    • He was so fond of a little taste every day that in the winter he smuggled in frozen hunks of it, dropping them on the hearth to thaw.
    • Cubs must be fed; usually with grisly, less-than-fresh hunks of meat and bone.
    • But, unfortunately, you need to have been feeding them raw hunks of meat for a few years before they pay any attention to you.
    • I have watched enormous cranes swing across the skyline on their way to dropping great hunks of stone into the arms of workmen below.
  • 2 informal

    monumento masculine
    cachas masculine Spain informal
    churro masculine South America informal
    who's that gorgeous hunk (of a man)? ¿quién es ese monumento (de hombre)? informal
    • he's quite a hunk está buenísimo
    • This is a woman whose man-meeting strategy is to go on cruises and toss herself overboard to attract rescue-minded hunks.
    • After Jan grows up to be a young hunk, he too attracts the attention of the fairer sex.
    • Would you vote for an unapologetically sexually aggressive hunk, however past his prime?
    • Fast bowlers are supposed to be muscle-bound hunks who stride around with a permanent scowl, not cheerful lads with blonde highlights and a good sense of humour who end every sentence with ‘mate’.
    • But if it is true, humanity owes much of its success to women long ago preferring men of wit and intelligence over musclebound hunks.
    • Short, weedy men are less attractive to the opposite sex than tall hunks, according to the latest ground-breaking research.
    • Your work contains many studs and hunks who are very well-endowed.
    • If you could sever and reassemble body parts from various hunks, which limbs, pecs, abs, and pretty little face would make up your perfect man?