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beaut

noun [C] uk   us   /bjuːt/ old-fashioned informal
something that, or someone who, is very good or noticeable: Let me have a look at that bruise. Oh, that's a beaut!
beaut
adjective uk   us   Australian English informal
That was a beaut dinner.
Translations of “beaut”
in Chinese (Traditional) 美好的東西, 美人, 引人注目的人(或事)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 美好的东西, 美人, 引人注目的人(或事)…
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