Definition of 'attractive'
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For a start, his career was back on track, and he had an attractive young girlfriend. AFTERMATH (2001)
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Translations for 'attractive'
British English: attractive /əˈtræktɪv/ ADJECTIVE
An attractive person or thing is pleasant to look at.
He was immensely attractive to women.
- American English: attractive
- Arabic: جَذَّاب
- Brazilian Portuguese: atraente
- Chinese: 吸引人的
- Croatian: privlačan
- Czech: přitažlivý
- Danish: tiltrækkende
- Dutch: aantrekkelijk
- European Spanish: atractivo
- Finnish: viehättävä
- French: attirant
- German: anziehend
- Greek: ελκυστικός
- Italian: attraente
- Japanese: 魅力的な
- Korean: 마음을 끌어당기는
- Norwegian: tiltrekkende
- Polish: atrakcyjny
- European Portuguese: atraente
- Romanian: atrăgător
- Russian: привлекательный
- Spanish: atractivo
- Swedish: attraktiv
- Thai: มีเสน่ห์ดึงดูด
- Turkish: çekici
- Ukrainian: привабливий
- Vietnamese: hấp dẫn
Definition of attractive from the Collins English Dictionary
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