Spanish translation of 'racy'
Example Sentences Including 'racy'
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The 1.5 times premium to assets looks a bit racy but reflects those growth prospects.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
Artists in the 19th century led similar lives to the footballers and pop stars of today - according to a racy new drama!The Sun (2009)
But viewers won't see the racy scene until September.The Sun (2011)
I suppose it can seem a bit racy.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
It is smart and quite racy for a crossover, drives like a hatchback but is more practical and still useful off road.The Sun (2014)
It may be a bit racy.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
The actress admits she found it challenging to film the racy scenes.The Sun (2013)
Turn to p8 for more on this week's racy drama.The Sun (2015)
You have some racy naked scenes with her - were you nervous?The Sun (2013)
It can produce very high-quality wines with quite a racy character.Thorsons Organic Wine Guide (1991)
I thought it was quite racy.The Sun (2013)
It's like a racy new world opening up.The Sun (2013)
Plus there's a racy new Street up!The Sun (2015)
WE have a racy new competition for the ladies!The Sun (2008)
And we think the Lib Dems are a bit racy?Times, Sunday Times (2012)
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Used Occasionally. racy is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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'racy' in Other Languages
British English: racy ADJECTIVE
Racy writing or behaviour is lively, amusing, and slightly shocking.
He listened to the old man's racy stories about life in the Navy.
Translation of racy from the Collins English to Spanish Dictionary