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English definition of “beauty”

beauty

noun [C/U]  /ˈbju·t̬i/ us  
an attractive quality that gives pleasure to those who experience it or think about it, or a person who has this attractive quality: [U] The Grand Canyon’s natural beauty attracts tourists from all over. [C] At 37 she was known as a great beauty. Beauty can also mean an attractive appearance: [U] Women’s magazines feature articles about diets and beauty tips.
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