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sexy

adjective uk   /ˈsek.si/ us  

sexy adjective (SEX)

B2 sexually attractive: He's very sexy. a sexy smile sexy underwear
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sexy adjective (INTERESTING)

informal used to describe 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  
Translations of “sexy”
in Korean 섹시한…
in Arabic مُثير, جَذّاب…
in Portuguese sexy, provocante…
in Catalan sexy…
in Japanese (性的に)魅力的な, セクシーな, 色っぽい…
in Italian sexy, provocante…
in Chinese (Traditional) 性, 性感的…
in Russian сексуальный…
in Turkish seksi, cinsel çekiciliği olan, cinsel cazibeli…
in Chinese (Simplified) 性, 性感的…
in Polish seksowny, sexy…
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