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crisp

adjective   /krɪsp/
Crisp food is hard and pleasant. crujiente a crisp apple
crispness noun [no plural] /ˈkrɪsp·nəs/
frescura
noun   /krɪsp/ UK ( US chip)
A2 a very thin slice of potato that has been cooked in oil and is eaten cold patata frita (de bolsa) a packet of crisps
(Definition of crisp from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

crisp

adjective /krisp/
stiff and dry enough to break easily crujiente, quebradizo crisp biscuits.
(of vegetables etc) firm and fresh crujiente, fresco a crisp lettuce.
(of manner, speech etc) firm and clear resuelto, seco his crisp tones.
crisply adverb
secamente, crujientemente She spoke crisply without any obvious accent.
crispness noun
firmeza, sequedad, naturaleza dura pero quebradiza We could feel the crispness of the fresh snow under our feet.
crispy adjective
crujiente, quebradizo crispy pancakes.
(Definition of crisp from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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