Definition of 'cute'
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Sweet illustrations and cute dogs make for a charming tale for little ones. The Sun (2016)Why we love it Cute little towns cupped in nature's paw. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Men are hairy but women are neatly shaved and dainty and cute and pretty. The Sun (2013)They play like any other cute kittens. Times, Sunday Times (2006)They are really cute and they are so good at singing. The Sun (2012)Now you can just be cute and little. Times, Sunday Times (2012)So we get to see these really cute characters. Times, Sunday Times (2007)They are cute and really likeable. The Sun (2014)You show he's a good guy by having him pet a cute dog or something. Times, Sunday Times (2012)He is beyond cute... the dog is adorable too. The Sun (2016)Generally, she is pretty cute when it comes to looking after her own interests. Times, Sunday Times (2011)We don't want cute little bunny rabbits choking on our plastic bottles. The Sun (2008)I like the idea of a cute but scruffy dog. Times, Sunday Times (2016)You might think a cute dog would warm the hearts of potential buyers, but not all are animal lovers. Times, Sunday Times (2014)I thought they were pretty cute. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Rather than hitting back, her modus operandi is to send pictures of cute kittens to trolls in an effort to disarm them. Times, Sunday Times (2013)And come to think of it, pretty much any cute but unruly creature would have done a better job than the penguins. Times, Sunday Times (2011)DO you have a kitten as cute as Daisy? The Sun (2012)
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Translations for 'cute'
British English: cute /kjuːt/ ADJECTIVE
Cute means pretty or attractive.
Oh, look at that puppy! He's so cute.
- American English: cute
- Arabic: جَذَّاب
- Brazilian Portuguese: encantador
- Chinese: 可爱的
- Croatian: dražestan
- Czech: roztomilý
- Danish: sød
- Dutch: schattig
- European Spanish: mono
- Finnish: söpö
- French: mignon
- German: niedlich
- Greek: χαριτωμένος
- Italian: carino
- Japanese: かわいい
- Korean: 귀여운
- Norwegian: søt attraktiv
- Polish: ładny
- European Portuguese: encantador
- Romanian: drăguț
- Russian: милый
- Spanish: mono bonito
- Swedish: gullig
- Thai: น่ารัก
- Turkish: sevimli
- Ukrainian: милий
- Vietnamese: đáng yêu
Definition of cute from the Collins English Dictionary
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