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twee
American English: /twi/
British English: /twiː/

Translation of twee in Spanish:

adjective

  • (British English)
    Example sentences
    • The restaurant is spacious and pretty without being twee and the adjoining low-ceilinged pub is comfy, cosy and welcoming.
    • The shops are twee and cute and sell a million varieties of soap; you could browse for a lifetime upgrading your T-shirt collection.
    • The one ride I know that is incredibly twee and sweet is called ‘Its a Small World’.

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