English translation of 'croquant'
Example Sentences Including 'croquant'
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Le Monde RADIO TELEVISION MERCREDI 8 JANVIER 16. 40 Festival Jacquou le croquantLe Monde (2003)
Le patron, Constante Gil se taille une solide réputation de peintre naïf en croquant le portrait de ses clients.Actuel
On le sait depuis Jacquou le croquant, et aujourd'hui, on en connaît bien la recette.Le Monde (2000)
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'croquant' in Other Languages
British English: crisp /krɪsp/ ADJECTIVE
Crisp food is pleasantly hard and crunchy.
Bake the potatoes until they're nice and crisp.
- American English: crisp
- Arabic: هَشّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: crocante
- Chinese: 脆的
- Croatian: hrskav
- Czech: křehký
- Danish: sprød
- Dutch: knapperig
- European Spanish: crujiente
- Finnish: tuore
- French: croquant
- German: knackig
- Greek: τραγανός
- Italian: croccante
- Japanese: パリパリした
- Korean: 바삭바삭한
- Norwegian: sprø
- Polish: chrupki
- European Portuguese: crocante
- Romanian: crocant
- Russian: хрустящий
- Spanish: crujiente
- Swedish: frasig
- Thai: กรอบ
- Turkish: taze çıtır çıtır
- Ukrainian: хрусткий
- Vietnamese: giòn
British English: crunchy ADJECTIVE
Food that is crunchy is pleasantly hard or crisp so that it makes a noise when you eat it.
...fresh, crunchy vegetables.
Translation of croquant from the Collins French to English
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