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exquisite

adjective /ˈekskwizit, iksˈkwizit/
very beautiful or skilful
exquisito
exquisite embroidery.
exquisitely adverb
exquisitamente
an exquisitely carved wooden sculpture.
Translations of “exquisite”
in Korean 우아한…
in Arabic فَاتِن…
in French exquis…
in Italian squisito, mirabile…
in Chinese (Traditional) 美麗的, 精美的, 精緻的…
in Russian изысканный…
in Turkish harika, enfes…
in Polish przepiękny, wykwintny…
in Portuguese primoroso, requintado…
in German ausgezeichnet…
in Catalan exquisit…
in Japanese 絶妙な, この上なく美しい…
in Chinese (Simplified) 美丽的, 精美的, 精致的…
(Definition of exquisite from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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