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attractive

adjective
 
 
/əˈtræk.tɪv/
very pleasing in appearance or sound, or causing interest or pleasure
漂亮的;悅耳的;有魅力的;誘人的
a very attractive young woman
嫵媚動人的年輕女子
I find him very attractive (= He attracts me sexually).
他讓我心醉神迷。
attractive countryside
景色迷人的鄉村
an attractive colour scheme
悅目的色彩佈局
Spending 12 hours on a plane isn't a very attractive (= pleasant) prospect.
連坐12個小時的飛機,可不是甚麼令人嚮往的事。
an attractive offer (= an offer with benefits for me)
令人心動的提議
We need to make the club attractive to a wider range of people.
我們要讓這個俱樂部吸引更廣的人群。
AttractiveSexual attractionSmart and elegantCausing pleasure
attractively
 
 
/əˈtræk.tɪv.li/ adverb
She always dresses very attractively.
她總是穿得嫵媚動人。
Their house is attractively decorated.
他們的房子裝飾得很漂亮。
AttractiveSexual attractionSmart and elegant
attractiveness
 
 
/əˈtræk.tɪv.nəs/ noun [U]
her attractiveness to men
她對男人的吸引力
High mortgage rates have decreased the attractiveness of house-owning.
高按揭利率使得擁有自己房子的想法變得不那麼具有吸引力了。
Sexual attractionAttractiveBeauty and attractiveness
(Definition of attractive from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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