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milk·y

 (mĭl′kē)
adj. milk·i·er, milk·i·est
1. Resembling milk in color or consistency: milky glass.
2. Filled with, consisting of, or yielding milk or a fluid resembling milk: a milky kernel of corn.
3. Meek; timid.

milk′i·ness n.

milky

(ˈmɪlkɪ)
adj, milkier or milkiest
1. resembling milk, esp in colour or cloudiness
2. of or containing milk
3. spiritless or spineless
4. (Judaism) Judaism another word for milchik
ˈmilkily adv
ˈmilkiness n

milk•y

(ˈmɪl ki)

adj. milk•i•er, milk•i•est.
1. of or like milk, esp. in appearance or consistency.
2. white or whitish in color.
3. giving a good supply of milk.
4. meek or spiritless.
[1350–1400]
milk′i•ly, adv.
milk′i•ness, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.milky - resembling milk in color not clear; "milky glass"
opaque - not transmitting or reflecting light or radiant energy; impenetrable to sight; "opaque windows of the jail"; "opaque to X-rays"

milky

noun white, clouded, opaque, cloudy, alabaster, whitish, milk-white A milky mist filled the valley.
Translations
مِثْل الحَليبيَحْتَوي على الحَليب
mléčnýs mlékem
mælkeagtigmælkelignendemed mælk
maitoinen
tejszerûtejszerű
meî mjólk í, mjólkur-mjólkurhvítur
pieningaspieninispieniškas
mliečnys mliekom
mlečenmlečnat
süt gibisütlü

milky

[ˈmɪlkɪ] (milkier (compar) (milkiest (superl)))
A. ADJ
1. (= pale white) [lotion, liquid, eyes, skin] → lechoso; [green, blue] → blanquecino
the leaves yield a milky juice if brokensi se parten las hojas sueltan un jugo lechoso
2. (containing a lot of milk) [tea, coffee] → con mucha leche
I like my coffee nice and milkyme gusta el café con mucha leche
this tea is too milky for my likingeste té tiene mucha leche para mi gusto
it tastes milkysabe mucho a leche
a milky drink helps you sleep at nightuna bebida hecha con leche te ayuda a dormir por la noche
B. CPD the Milky Way N (Astron) → la Vía Láctea

milky

[ˈmɪlki] adj
(= containing a lot of milk) [coffee, tea] → avec beaucoup de lait
(= made with milk) [drink] → lacté(e)
[colour] → laiteux/euseMilky Way n
the Milky Way → la voie lactéemilky-white [ˌmɪlkiˈhwaɪt] adjd'un blanc laiteux

milky

adj (+er)milchig; milky green/blue/whitemilchig grün/blau/weiß; milky drinkMilchgetränk nt; milky coffeeMilchkaffee m; rich milky chocolatesahnige Vollmilchschokolade

milky

[ˈmɪlkɪ] adj (-ier (comp) (-iest (superl))) (substance) → lattiginoso/a; (colour) → latteo/a; (coffee) → con tanto latte

milk

(milk) noun
a white liquid produced by female mammals as food for their young. The commonest source of milk is the cow.
verb
to obtain milk from. The farmer milks his cows each day.
ˈmilky adjective
1. containing milk. milky coffee.
2. like milk in appearance. A milky substance.
ˈmilkiness noun
ˈmilkmaid noun
formerly, a woman employed to milk cows by hand.
ˈmilkman noun
a man who delivers milk.
ˈmilkshake noun
a drink made by shaking up milk and a particular flavouring. I'd like a chocolate/strawberry milkshake.
milk tooth
one of the first set of a baby's teeth. The child's milk teeth started to come out when he was six years old.
the Milky Way (also the Galaxy)
a huge collection of stars stretching across the sky.

milky

a. lechoso-a, lácteo-a.
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