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Translation of "pretty" - English-Spanish dictionary

pretty

adverb   /ˈprɪt·i/ informal
B1 quite, but not very bastante The traffic was pretty bad. I’m pretty sure they’ll accept the invitation.
adjective   /ˈprɪt·i/ ( comparative prettier, superlative prettiest)
A2 nice to look at or attractive bonito, lindo Your daughter is very pretty. a pretty little garden
prettiness noun [no plural] /ˈprɪt·i·nəs/
encanto
(Definition of pretty from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

pretty

adjective /ˈpriti/ ( comparative prettier, superlative prettiest)
(not usually of boys and men) pleasing or attractive bonito, lindo a pretty girl/tune/picture/dress.
used jokingly buen This is a pretty mess!
prettily adverb
lindamente
prettiness noun
belleza, guapura
pretty much the same ( pretty much alike etc)
more or less the same, alike etc más o menos lo mismo The two saucepans seem pretty much the same to me.
pretty well
nearly casi I’ve pretty well finished.
(Definition of pretty from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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