Definición de flashy en inglés:

flashy

Saltos de línea: flashy
Pronunciación: /ˈflaʃi
 
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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

Derivativos

flashily

adverbio
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • 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

sustantivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • 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.

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