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Spanish translation of “glamour”

glamour

noun /ˈɡlӕmə/ (also glamor)
the often false or superficial beauty or charm which attracts
glamour, encanto, atractivo
the glamour of a career in films.
great beauty or charm, achieved with the aid of make-up, beautiful clothes etc
glamour, atractivo, encanto
the glamour of film stars.
glamorize verb ( (also glamoriseBritish)) to make glamorous
volver atractivo, embellecer
This film attempts to glamorize war.
glamorous adjective having glamour
glamouroso, atractivo
a glamorous lifestyle.
glamorously adverb
con glamour, con atractivo
She was glamorously dressed in designer clothes.
glamour, noun, ends in -our. glamorous, adjective is spelt with -or-.
(Definition of glamour from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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