Translation of sleek in Spanish:
adjective -er, -est
- 1.1 (glossy)(hair/fur)lacio y brillanteExample sentences1.2 (well-groomed)
Example sentences1.3 (stylish, elegant)
- It had sleek fur, and whiskers that stretched away from the face.
- Her hair was sleek and shiny, falling a little past her shoulders but shorter in front with thin, wispy bangs.
- My chestnut hair was sleek and dark and my face was as white as unmarked paper.
de líneas elegantesExample sentences
- She's sleek, elegant, stylish and the epitome of New York City chic.
- Big mistake: his carved cut was only for small, sleek people - a certain model turned fashion editor, wore it to perfection.
- Elegant and sleek Doug Glanville patrols center field, and newly blossomed Mike Lieberthal is the catcher.
- Nowadays, the heart of the computer is more likely to be a sleek, futuristically designed container that is both easy on the eye and handy to move around as well.
- In one of her hands she still grasped a firearm-a smooth, sleek affair of deadly black metal.
- Then there was the film - a sleek glossy thriller, unlike any American film I knew, which to the innocent eye looked like a New Wave movie.
- to sleek one's hair downhe wore his hair sleeked back with brilliantinealisarse el pelose peinaba hacia atrás con brillantinaExample sentences
- What they have succeeded in doing was a vague similarity to French hairstyles - combining a ponytail and artificially sleeked straight hair falling like a cascade on one side of the face.
- His blue-black hair was sleeked back from his face, his golden eyes reflecting the blazing sparks of the fire.
- So these subtle communications play a substantial role in the same way as mammals display fear by sleeking their hair over their head.
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