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crunch·y

 (krŭn′chē)
adj. crunch·i·er, crunch·i·est
1. Making a crunching or cracking sound, as when chewed; crisp: crunchy fresh vegetables.
2. Slang Crunchy-granola: "If they're crunchy types, consider camping out along the way instead of staying at motels" (Jennifer Hanson).

crunch′i·ness n.

crunch•y

(ˈkrʌn tʃi)

adj. crunch•i•er, crunch•i•est.
crisp; brittle.
[1890–95]
crunch′i•ness, n.
Translations
قابِلة للطحْن بالأسنان، مًقَرقِشـَه
křupavý
knasendesprød
stökkur

crunchy

[ˈkrʌntʃɪ] ADJ (crunchier (compar) (crunchiest (superl))) → crujiente

crunchy

[ˈkrʌntʃi] adj
[nut, vegetable, salad, biscuit] → croquant(e)
crunchy peanut butter → beurre de cacahuètes croquant
[snow] → qui crisse

crunchy

adj (+er) appleknackig; biscuitknusprig; snowverharscht

crunchy

[ˈkrʌntʃɪ] adj (-ier (comp) (-iest (superl))) → croccante

crunch

(krantʃ) verb
to crush noisily (something hard), with the teeth, feet etc. She crunched sweets all through the film.
noun
the crunch of gravel under the car wheels.
ˈcrunchy adjective
thick crunchy biscuits.
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Cauliflower florets, green beans and wodges of cucumber had been bathed in a pleasantly coriander-spiked acidic bath that rendered them crunchily delicious.
The nasty-sounding 'stink bomb' appetizer didn't stink and was in fact crunchily and crackingly delish.
But the cake was of such high quality its remarkable texture was both crunchily dry and decadently moist at the same time.
Effects work is brasher and more crunchily metallic than in "The Amazing Spider-Man," though the use of 3D remains pleasingly restrained.
Shed a joyful tear as you witness children cavorting crunchily through the snow to create their first snowman.