Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Spicy"

The meaning of "Spicy" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does I look spicy mean?
A: To look spicy, is to look really good/hot
Q: What does what I wouldn't do for a spicy tuna roll right about now mean?
A: It means I want to eat a spicy tune roll so badly that i would do anything to get it
Q: What does "spicy" mean?
A: Picante, picoso
Q: What does spicy mean?
A: es una comida que tiene abundantes especias
Q: What does spicy? mean?
A: @marie_pe27: picoso, enchiloso, condimentado.

Example sentences using "Spicy"

Q: Please show me example sentences with spicy.
A: "Agh! Jalapenos are so spicy!"

"Hot cheetos are super spicy."

"That girl is spicy." Imagine this in a thuggy tone.(No, don't do this one, lol, idek)

I don't even know.
Q: Please show me example sentences with awful
awesome
horrible
delicious
spicy
sticky
small
juicy
soft
Grasy
big
hot
cad
dieta
crunchy
baw
dry
solty
terrible .
A: I went to Burger King and the food was awful. At first I thought that it was going to be awesome because of the pictures of the food on TV, but it was horrible. I went there hoping to get something delicious and spicy. When I got my food the wrapper for my Burger was sticky and the burger was really small. The Burger was not juicy and my fries were too soft. I wanted a big burger because I was very hungry. Then I ordered a spicy chicken sandwich and when I got the sandwich it was too hot. When I took a bite of the sandwich it was very crunchy and dry so I couldn't eat it. I went and ordered another burger but that was terrible because the burger was still raw.
Q: Please show me example sentences with spicy.
A: This chicken is spicy.
I can not eat spicy food
I do not like spicy noodles

Synonyms of "Spicy" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between spicy and itchy ?
A: spicy is for food, itchy is for when you itch somewhere on your body because you feel an annoying sensation

spicy es para la comida, itchy es para cuando pica en algún lugar de su cuerpo porque siente una sensación molesta
Q: What is the difference between spicy and tingle ?
A: Spicy food might make someone's tongue tingle, but the two feelings are distinctly different. Topical anaestetic can make your skin tingle. and a bubbly beverage like champagne can make your mouth tingle. Sometimes sexual pleasure is described as tingling.
Q: What is the difference between spicy and hot ?
A: They can mean the same thing. Usually you have to clarify if you're talking about spice or temperature in the context of food.

Example:
"This curry is really hot."
"Like temperature hot?"
"No, like spicy hot."

However, you cannot use "spicy" to describe something that is hot in terms of temperature, so they're not entirely interchangeable.

"This weather is really spicy" would be wrong and sound really unnatural.
Q: What is the difference between spicy food and hot food ?
A: The words "spicy" and "hot" can mean exactly the same thing or completely different things depending on what context you are using it in.

If you are trying to say that something has a particularly spicy flavor, you can say, "This is very spicy," or "This is very hot."

However, if you are trying to express that something has a very warm temperature, you will not use the word "spicy". In this situation, "spicy" has no relationship to the point you are trying to get across, so it would be best to use the word "hot".

I hope this was helpful!
Q: What is the difference between spicy and hot ?
A: これは人によって違います。

Spicy も Hot も辛いの意味で使えます。

"Spicy" の基本意味は「スパイスがタップリ入っている事」. 食べ物が辛いの理由も唐辛子のスパイスが沢山入っているから Spicy です。でも別に辛くない物も Spicy と言えます。"Hot" の基本意味は「熱い」。なので、"The soup is hot!" は正しいです。ですが、人によって、辛いも "Hot" の感触がでるですので、Hot を辛いの意味で使われている時もかなりあります。

ややこしいですね。私も嫌いです。w

Translations of "Spicy"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 私は辛い食べ物が苦手です。
どちらもあっていますか?

I’m bad at spicy food.
I’m not good at spicy food.
A: you're welcome.
苦手 is normally translated as "not good at", but when you talk about food, it should be "don't like".
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? spicy shenanigans <<
A: Yes that’s a more humorous way to say something is NSFW
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? i like a spicy food
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? If I ate spicy food, and I sweat
A: If I eat spicy food, I will start to sweat.

The Chinese food that I was eating was spicy, so I started to sweat.

The Chinese food that I was eating was so spicy, that I started to sweat.

Other questions about "Spicy"

Q: Just a good spicy Does this sound natural?
A: Oh then it would be "the spiciness is just right" 😉
Q: A : It's so spicy that I can't even try to eat it.
B : It's so spicy that I can't even trying to eat it.

Is B also grammatically correct?
A: B is not correct, and A is technically correct but unnatural. I would say "it's so spicy that I won't even try to eat it"
Q: 味について

美味しい delicious
まずい bad
熱い hot
辛い spicy
しょっぱい solty
苦い bitter
すっぱい sour

これ、合ってますか?
他にも表現ありますか?

使い方は It's solty とか、It's ~~ で合ってますか?
A: 合っていますよ~。
solty → salty (塩 = salt)
使い方はそんな感じですね。
This steak is delicious.
または This steak tastes delicious.

美味しい = delicious, good, tasty, yummy, delectable, mouthwatering, wonderful など
まずい = bad, awful, disgusting, gross, inedible など
濃い = rich, flavorful, strong(コーヒー、お茶など)
薄い = bland, tasteless, weak (コーヒー・お茶など)
旨味 = umami (そのまま!)
甘酸っぱい = sweet & sour
Q: I prefer not spicy foods
Does this sound natural?
A: "I prefer foods that aren't spicy."

"Bland" is the antonym of "Spicy." But "bland" also means "flavorless."

So, if you say "I prefer bland foods," this can be easily confused with "flavorless."
Q:
The spicy Maxican food gave me a indigestion all day. Does this sound natural?
A: Sorry, not need for the article either - indigestion, not a indigestion.

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