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attractive División en sílabas: at·trac·tive
Pronunciación: /əˈtraktiv/

Definición de attractive en inglés:

adjetivo

1(Of a thing) pleasing or appealing to the senses: an attractive home foliage can be as attractive as flowers
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Opinions that I agree with are more restful, and a sense of humour is attractive.
  • He is a small, intense individual with an attractive, self-deprecating sense of humour.
  • The landscaping of the village is very attractive with mature trees adding great character.
1.1(Of a person) appealing to look at; sexually alluring: an attractive, charismatic man
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • For I suddenly seem to be encountering a new generation of stunningly attractive women in their fifties.
  • Footballer David Beckham is one of the most sexy and attractive men on the planet.
  • She was naturally attractive with her cute face and short but nicely curved body.
Sinónimos
sexy, seductive, alluring, tantalizing, irresistible, ravishing, desirable
informal drop-dead gorgeous, foxy, -licious
literary beauteous
archaic comely, fair
1.2(Of a thing) having beneficial qualities or features that induce someone to accept what is being offered: the site is close to the high-rent district, which should make it attractive to developers
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • This opens up a spectre of interesting possibilities, none of them attractive to him.
  • However the interest rate gap was still proving attractive to foreign investors.
  • The region needs this type of investment to make it attractive to industrialists, tourists, and workers.
Sinónimos
appealing, inviting, tempting, irresistible;
agreeable, pleasing, interesting
1.3Of or relating to attraction between physical objects.
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • Adhesion is the attractive force that exists between the coating and the gun metal.
  • It is not easy to deform a solid because of the strong attractive forces within the structure.
  • If two atoms start to move apart, the attractive forces will draw them back toward each other.

Origen

Late Middle English (in the sense 'absorbent'): from French attractif, -ive, from late Latin attractivus, from the verb attrahere (see attract).

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