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flashy

Saltos de línea: flashy
Pronunciación: /ˈflaʃi
 
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Definición de flashy en inglés:

adjetivo (flashier, flashiest)

Ostentatiously attractive or impressive: he always had a flashy car
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Parents and children watch as people compete for big bucks, expensive holidays and flashy cars.
  • Henry's flashy gold outfit was impressive but the best bit were his golden boots.
  • He had a job, a flashy car and the money to impress a young girl.
Sinónimos
ostentatious, showy, bold, flamboyant, conspicuous, obtrusive, extravagant, expensive, pretentious;
vulgar, tasteless, in bad/poor taste, tawdry, brash, lurid, garish, loud, gaudy, crude, trashy
informal snazzy, nifty, fancy, swanky, flash, jazzy, glitzy, ritzy, tacky, fancy-pants, naff, kitsch, Brummagem
North American informal bling-bling

Derivados

flashily

1
adverbio
Example sentences
  • At times they seemed to spend it flashily just because they could.
  • It ended as flashily as it had started.
  • Imperial Teen do it more flashily and interestingly, but the odd thing about Track Star is that it's precisely their lack of being interesting that makes them charming.

flashiness

2
sustantivo
Example sentences
  • It's not known for its flashiness or for its amazing horsepower, and it's definitely not the most aesthetically pleasing car out there.
  • But this is not just flashiness for the sake of it.
  • Tai chi is calm and tranquil, and lacks the glamour or flashiness of aerobics.

Words that rhyme with flashy

ashy, Lubumbashi, mashie, plashy, splashy, trashy

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