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English definition of “sexy”

sexy

adjective uk   /ˈsek.si/ us  

sexy adjective (SEX)

B2 sexually attractive: He's very sexy. a sexy smile sexy underwear

sexy adjective (INTERESTING)

informal describes something that attracts a lot of interest and excitement: For most people, grammar isn't a very sexy subject.
sexily
adverb uk   /-sɪ.li/ us  
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