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Translation of "beauty" - English-Spanish dictionary

beauty

noun   /ˈbjuː·ti/
B1 [no plural] the quality of being beautiful belleza The area is famous for its natural beauty.
(Definition of beauty from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

beauty

noun /ˈbjuːti/ ( plural beauties)
a quality very pleasing to the eye, ear etc belleza Her beauty is undeniable.
a woman or girl having such a quality belleza She was a great beauty in her youth.
something or someone remarkable belleza, monada, guapada His new car is a beauty!
beautiful adjective
bonita, hermosa, guapa a beautiful woman Those roses are beautiful.
beautifully adverb
Hermosamente a beautifully decorated room.
beautify /-fai/ verb ( past tense, past participle beautified)
to make beautiful embellecer She beautified the room with flowers.
beauty queen noun
a girl or woman who is voted the most beautiful in a contest. reina de la belleza
beauty salon noun
a place where customers have cosmetic treatment. salón de belleza
beauty spot noun
a place of great natural beauty lugar de excepcional belleza natural a famous/well-known beauty spot.
a mark (often artificial) on the face, intended to emphasize beauty lunar postizo Mary has a beauty spot on her left cheek.
(Definition of beauty from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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