Spanish translation of 'inviting'
1. (= appealing)
[atmosphere, place, room] acogedor
(of person) atrayente
(of food) tentador
[food] apetitoso ⧫ apetecible
[book] que incita a la lectura ⧫ que invita a la lectura
the water looked warm and inviting el agua aparecía cálida y tentadora
she offered him the plate with an inviting smile le ofreció el plato animándole a comer con una sonrisa
with an inviting gesture, she showed him to his room le hizo un gesto invitándole a seguirla y le enseñó su habitación
2. (= seductive)
[smile, look, gesture] incitante ⧫ sugerente
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Example Sentences Including 'inviting'
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They kept inviting me out to bars with them, kept offering me beers.CIRCLE OF THREE: BOOK 13: AND IT HARM NONE (2001)
They ran across the keys, inviting the computer to access Operation Tinkerbell.THE ONLY GAME (2001)
Hat turned to the others, smiling, inviting them to share Dalziel's joke.CASCADES - THE DAY OF THE DEAD (2001)
This only left the main doors, slightly ajar, the tall crack of inviting light.AMAGANSETT (2001)
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'inviting' in Other Languages
British English: inviting ADJECTIVE
If you say that something is inviting, you mean that it has good qualities that attract you.
The February air was soft, cool, and inviting.
Translation of inviting from the Collins English to Spanish
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