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Translation of "beauty" - English-Polish dictionary

beauty

noun
 
 
/ˈbjuːti/
QUALITY [U] B1 the quality of being beautiful
piękno, piękność
The whole area is famous for its natural beauty. a beauty contest (= competition to find the most beautiful woman) Beauty and attractiveness
the beauty of sth the quality that makes something especially good or attractive
genialność czegoś
The beauty of the plan is that it won't cost anything.Useful or advantageousExtremely good
a beauty product/treatment a product or treatment to make you more beautiful
kosmetyk/zabieg kosmetyczny
Beauty treatments
EXCELLENT THING [C] informal something that is an excellent example of its type
coś pięknego, poezja
That last goal was a beauty.Good and excellent things
WOMAN [C] old-fashioned a beautiful woman
piękność
Sexually attractive people
(Definition of beauty from the Cambridge English-Polish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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