Translation of flair in Spanish:

flair

Pronunciation: /fler; fleə(r)/

n

  • 1.1 (natural aptitude) (no plural/sin plural) she has a flair for languages tiene facilidad para los idiomas he showed a flair for music at an early age desde muy pequeño demostró aptitudes musicales or talento musical he has a flair for knowing what to say on such occasions tiene el don de saber qué decir en este tipo de ocasiones she has a flair for business tiene olfato para los negocios
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    • He had a flair for drawing and an ability to grasp and execute delicate model settings.
    • They are coming to Bangalore to hunt for some gifted youngsters, with a flair for acting.
    • He was gifted with his hands and had a natural flair for wood-turning and carpentry.
    1.2 uncountable/no numerable (stylishness) estilo (masculine) she dresses with flair tiene estilo or arte para vestirse
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    • Judges placed high value on entries that demonstrated imagination, originality and flair.
    • She went for a formal and textured look with a touch of modernity and lots of flair and originality.
    • He did, however, have an innate grasp of public relations, dressing with flair so people would notice him.

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