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louche
American English: /luʃ/
British English: /luːʃ/

Translation of louche in Spanish:

adjective

  • [literary]
    (person)
    de dudosa reputación
    (conduct)
    Example sentences
    • If you can't dance, stand at the bar and look louche.
    • He made no apologies for his rackety lifestyle, his liking for louche and even sleazy companions, his lavish consumption of cigars, brandy and champagne.
    • Lounge lizards will welcome this louche downtown bar boasting one of North America's largest vodka selections not to mention world-class wines.

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