3 weeks ago
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One of the things I love about the internet, is that you can make friends with people who live on the other side of the world, without leaving your house...
so, thanks for popping in. Even if you don't have time to leave a comment now try and come back when you have a minute... just because it’s REALLY nice to have people to share things with!
1 (tostada, fritos, fruta) crujiente
2 (verduras) fresco,-a
3 (billete de banco, etc) nuevo,-a
4 (aire) frío,-a y vigorizante
5 (persona) seco,-a, tajante
|II|| n GB (potato) crisp, patata frita (de bolsa)|
-crisp air: pelo encrespado
-crisp apple: manzana crujiente
-crisp white: blanco inmaculado
-'crisp' in this sense is to do with the feel of the material and has nothing to do with its colour. In a book, for example, someone may talk about the glorious feeling of slipping between crisp, white sheets. It's the feel which counts - that they are freshly laundered, probably using starch, and there is a slight resistence as you get into them.
Its crisp black and white or black