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roué

Saltos de línea: roué
Pronunciación: /ˈruːeɪ
 
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Definición de roué en inglés:

sustantivo

dated
A debauched man, especially an elderly one: he had lived the life of a roué in the fleshpots of London and Paris
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The story centres on Sarah Wode-Douglass, a poetry editor enticed to steaming 1970s Kuala Lumpur by a literary roué who she suspects is implicated in her mother's death.
  • The mobsters and grifters and roués of the demimonde didn't have a college degree; they had money and juice.
  • His date turned out to be an utterly delightful 24-year-old, who warmed to my charms and made me feel like a right roué.
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Origen

early 19th century: French, literally 'broken on a wheel', referring to the instrument of torture thought to be deserved by such a person.

Words that rhyme with roué

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