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beardy Saltos de línea: beardie
Pronunciación: /ˈbɪədi/

Definición de beardy en inglés:

adjetivo (beardier, beardiest)

(Of a man) having a beard: in the year of beardy hipsters, he looks nearly a decade out of fashion
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • One beardy man has been honoured with two statues.
  • She's not got the £120,000 spare to buy the house in the catchment area full of beardy professors and their families.
  • At this point, our beardy scientist and his big fish cronies are left to their own devices.


(also beardie) (plural beardies) British Volver al principio  
1A bearded man, especially one regarded as lacking in style: the cartoons show him as a mad beardie
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  • The project will please a handful of beardies whose main love is for rocks in the middle of nowhere.
  • The beardies in their bunkers are not the best targets.
  • Real ale is not all about beardies with sandals.
2A bearded collie: expect to be greeted with a bounce when you meet a beardie
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  • Beardies also love to race around and play with each other and other dogs and will often appear very overpowering.
  • Lean and active, Beardies are strongly made and cover the ground with the minimum of effort.
  • The Bearded Collie or beardie is the traditional dog of the Scottish shepherd, but was used to herd both sheep and cattle.

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