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sultry

adjective /ˈsaltri/ ( comparative sultrier, superlative sultriest)
(of weather) hot but cloudy, and likely to become stormy
bochornoso, sofocante
a sultry afternoon.
(of a person, especially a woman) passionate.
apasionado/a, ardiente; sensual
sultriness noun
bochorno; cualidad de apasionado/ardiente/sensual
(Definition of sultry from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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