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starry-eyed
American English: /ˈstɑri ˈˌaɪd/

Translation of starry-eyed in Spanish:

adjective

  • 1.1 (full of illusions)
    (person)
    he's no starry-eyed idealist
    no es ningún idealista ingenuo
    1.2 (dreamy) See examples: she gazed at him all starry-eyed
    lo miraba arrobada
    to go starry-eyed
    quedar arrobado
    Example sentences
    • It may be a starry-eyed American leftist's idealization of Canada, or it may just be true.
    • Focusing on something larger is not necessarily a starry-eyed idealism.
    • I was generally a starry-eyed romantic teen rather than a lusty one.

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