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char·ac·ter·ful

 (kăr′ək-tər-fəl)
adj.
Having or displaying remarkable, memorable character: "It was easy to forget what a sensitive and characterful performance he could deliver" (Charles Champlin).
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characterful

[ˈkærɪktəfʊl] ADJ [wine, singer] → con (mucho) carácter

characterful

[ˈkærɪktərfʊl] adj [hotel, pub] → qui a du cachet; [wine] → qui a du caractère; [performance] → original(e)
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