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Translation of "crust" - English-Spanish dictionary

crust

noun   /krʌst/
the hard part on the outside of bread or other foods corteza
(Definition of crust from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

crust

noun /krast/
(a piece of) the hard outside coating of bread corteza, cuscurro, costra The child would not eat the crusts.
(American) pastry pasta She makes excellent pie crust.
a hard surface especially the outer layer of the earth corteza The earth’s crust is divided into large pieces that are called plates.
crusty adjective ( comparative crustier, superlative crustiest)
having a crust crujiente, de corteza dura crusty bread.
(informal) surly or irritable hosco, de mal carácter a crusty old man.
crustily adverb
de malas maneras, bruscamente, con irritación He answered the telephone crustily.
crustiness noun
mal carácter the crustiness of the bread.
(Definition of crust from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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