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exquisiteadjective

 us   /ɪkˈskwɪz·ɪt, ˈek·skwɪz·ɪt/
especially beautiful or admirable: exquisite Chinese embroideries the most exquisite French cuisine
exquisitely
adverb [not gradable]  us   /ɪkˈskwɪz·ɪt·li, ˈek·skwɪz-/
Their house is exquisitely furnished.
Translations of “exquisite”
in Arabic فَاتِن…
in Korean 우아한…
in Malaysian sangat indah…
in French exquis…
in Turkish harika, enfes…
in Italian squisito, mirabile…
in Chinese (Traditional) 美麗的, 精美的, 精緻的…
in Russian изысканный…
in Polish przepiękny, wykwintny…
in Vietnamese tinh xảo…
in Spanish exquisito…
in Portuguese primoroso, requintado…
in Thai สวยงาม…
in German ausgezeichnet…
in Catalan exquisit…
in Japanese 絶妙な, この上なく美しい…
in Indonesian indah sekali, halus…
in Chinese (Simplified) 美丽的, 精美的, 精致的…
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