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succulent

adjective uk   /ˈsʌk.jʊ.lənt/ approving us  
Succulent food is pleasantly juicy: a succulent peach. a big piece of succulent steak
succulence
noun [U] uk   /-ləns/ us  
The grilled chicken had a wonderful flavour and succulence.

succulent

noun [C] uk   /ˈsʌk.jʊ.lənt/ specialized us  
a plant such as a cactus in which the leaves and stem are thick and can store a lot of water: Succulents often have thick waxy cuticles to minimize water loss.
Translations of “succulent”
in Spanish suculento, carnoso…
in French succulent, gras…
in German saftig, fleischig…
in Chinese (Traditional) 多汁的…
in Russian сочный…
in Turkish sulu ve lezzetli…
in Chinese (Simplified) 多汁的…
in Polish soczysty…
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