Spanish translation of 'goody'
- (also goody goody)
¡qué estupendo! (inf)
bueno (buena) m f
⇒ the goodies
- See goody bag
Example Sentences Including 'goody'
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A Lost goody bag packed full of merchandise will be awarded to each participant.The Sun (2010)
All that reading is bound to burn a hole in your stomach, so don't forget to pick up the goody bag filled with books and tasty treats.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
But the designer goodies were still making a substantial dent in her credit cards.The Sun (2013)
Each person on the tour will also receive a goody bag, while ten runners-up will each receive a family ticket.The Sun (2012)
Extra goodies include a live album.Times, Sunday Times (2011)
I'm sure most actors find most of the stuff in those goody bags dreadfully tacky anyway.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
I've heard of parents putting the famous Oxfam goats in goody bags.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
Look at what was in the goody bag handed out at the Baftas.The Sun (2009)
No pass the parcel, no entertainer and no goody bags '.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
One of the surprises is a welcome hamper of local goodies.The Sun (2011)
Only one goody bag per person.The Sun (2014)
The best ten will be blessed with free goodies.The Sun (2009)
The prize also includes goody bags packed with 100 worth of products for you both.The Sun (2014)
You could win a goody bag or a meal out for two.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
There was a goody bag under my seat and I opened it up, hoping to find earplugs.Times, Sunday Times (2006)
Want to receive a free beauty goody bag?Times, Sunday Times (2010)
Also at the launch were JLS, sniffing out the free goody bags.The Sun (2012)
Looking relaxed as she strolled with two probation officers, she was returning to her bail hostel clutching a bag of goodies bought from a bargain store.The Sun (2012)
SHOPPERS grab Frozen film goodies in a frenzy at a cut-price shop.The Sun (2014)
Trends of 'goody'
Used Rarely. goody is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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'goody' in Other Languages
British English: goody NOUN
You can refer to pleasant, exciting, or attractive things as goodies.
...a little bag of goodies.
Translation of goody from the Collins English to Spanish Dictionary