English to Corsican Meaning :: racy

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Adjective(1) full of zest or vigor(2) marked by richness and fullness of flavor(3) suggestive of sexual impropriety(4) designed or suitable for competing in a race

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(1) As for the film being racy , raunchy or titillating, there's utterly nothing groundbreaking here.(2) The film is probably most notable for its attempts to entertain adults with racy jokes and visuals.(3) The album has been a best-seller as well as being well-received critically - MTV called it racy and experimental, influenced by 70s R&B and rap grooves.(4) They didn't like little ears to hear their juicy if not racy gossip.(5) In the 18th century, there is a vivid description of the interface in a kitchen between a chef and a cook, from the racy pen of William Verral.(6) So racy is/was the content that in the 1930s the book could not even have been legally shipped through the US mail!(7) Pauper's Sancerre does not come better than the tart, racy , lemony fruit of this stylish Loire Sauvignon, a joint effort of French and Antipodean winemakers.(8) A big-boned and racy Languedoc Syrah, it has a warm perfumed nose that hints of heather and dried spices.(9) Try a hot beef salad with plenty of chilli to match a racy rosÔö£┬«, fresh snapper still warm from the smoker, even barbecued lamb.(10) His fast-growing clothing company is built on pro-labor policies, racy ads, and a sexually charged culture(11) Asked just how racy the pictures will be, Stevens explains, ├ö├ç├┐The girl can do whatever she is comfortable with.├ö├ç├û(12) If racy , fresh, hauntingly zingy white wine is your bag, Austria is for you.(13) A complex, petrolly German Riesling is ideal, combining racy acidity with enough sweetness to cope with the fruit.(14) The range still includes stodgy saloons and people-carriers; there are no sports cars or racy coupÔö£┬«s.(15) His novels are entertaining, racy and often irreverent.(16) Readers looking for a racy , entertaining romp full of plot twists, scandal and exposed secrets will not be disappointed.
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2. robust ::
furzutu
3. lively ::
arzillu
Different Forms
racer, racers, racine, racist, racists, racy
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