Definition of zesty in English:

zesty

Pronunciation /ˈzestē/ /ˈzɛsti/

Translate zesty into Spanish

adjective

See zest

‘Mathematical physics is like music, which a young and zesty spirit can best seize and use, as did Mozart.’
  • ‘We like her and the zesty and enthusiastic way she approaches life seems to have a stimulating effect on those around her.’
  • ‘This zesty, youthful craze is a happy financial coincidence for many New World wineries.’
  • ‘The Caribbean is a wonderful place for zesty seasonings and spices - but every flavour doesn't have to be rubbed into every fold of flesh in preparation for cooking.’
  • ‘Unlike most pakoras, they were unbattered, simple tandoori-cooked chunks of deep-red chicken with a zesty, spicy citrus flavour.’