Translation of beauty in Spanish:
noun/nombre (plural -ties)
- 1 1.1 uncountable/no numerable (quality) belleza (feminine), hermosura (feminine) beauty is in the eye of the beholder todo es según el color del cristal con que se mira (before noun/delante del nombre) beauty competition o contest o (American English/inglés norteamericano) pageant concurso (masculine) or certamen (masculine) de belleza beauty (care) products productos (masculine plural) de belleza beauty treatment tratamiento (masculine) de belleza 1.2 countable/numerable (advantage) [colloquial/familiar] the beauty of the plan/method is that … lo bueno del plan/método es que …Example sentences
- Regardless of the somewhat touristy aspect, the beauty of learning in a class environment is that it removes the male-determined version of sexy.
- The frame is usually fully expressed on the interior of the building to take advantage of the beauty of the timber frame joinery.
- Take the whole family on a walk around the neighborhood or to a trail for a hike and take advantage of the beauty of nature.
- 2 countable/numerable 2.1 (woman) belleza (feminine), beldad (feminine) Beauty and the Beast la Bella y la Bestia 2.2 (fine specimen) [colloquial/familiar] preciosidad (feminine), preciosura (feminine) (Latin America/América Latina) , maravilla (feminine)Example sentences
- In fact, it is a beauty fished off the beach or rocks.
- The level of quality here is therefore really high, many of the items are brand name and all are beauties, in excellent condition, and timely as per current retro.
- As an architectural beauty it is one of the worst examples of its era.
- The blonde beauty will represent Ireland in the Miss Universe Beauty Pageant on June 3.
- Across the aisle, six blonde beauties also celebrating a birthday tossed their tinted manes laughed too loud and drank champagne.
- There may be a surplus of blonde beauties in Hollywood, but the ones who can act as well as look stunning are in short supply.
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