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Spanish translation of “flesh”

flesh

noun /fleʃ/
the soft substance (muscles etc) that covers the bones of animals
carne
The knife pierced hs flesh.
the soft part of fruit
pulpa
the golden flesh of a peach.
fleshy adjective fat
gordo; carnoso
a fleshy face.
flesh and blood noun relations; family
propia sangre
She is my own flesh and blood.
human nature
lo humano, naturaleza humana; carne y hueso
It is more than flesh and blood can tolerate.
in the flesh actually present; in person
en persona, en carne y hueso
I have seen him on television, but never in the flesh.
(Definition of flesh from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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