Definition of 'gorgeous'
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They will be absolutely gorgeous as a couple. The Sun (2010)The weather was beautiful and our little house gorgeous. Times, Sunday Times (2010)He says she is gorgeous and he wants them to do silly things together. The Sun (2009)She is not too pleased to find out it is a gorgeous blonde nun behind this fervour. The Sun (2006)Where can you buy these gorgeous clothes? Times, Sunday Times (2012)His best man was gorgeous and flirted with me loads. The Sun (2011)There is no denying the fact that this film looks absolutely gorgeous. Times, Sunday Times (2012)It fills the house with gorgeous smells leaving you free to do other things. Times, Sunday Times (2013)And next to her was a gorgeous blonde. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The clothes often look gorgeous and they do a brilliant job. The Sun (2014) Say she looks gorgeous and you want her advice and support to look stunning and healthy like her. The Sun (2015)My friend got dumped recently and he gave her a confidence boost by saying how gorgeous she is on her wall. The Sun (2011)Are his builders beautiful and gorgeous? Times, Sunday Times (2015)It was the beginning of autumn, but the weather was gorgeous. Times, Sunday Times (2008)It's rich and gorgeous but stops short of flashy. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Times have changed and many of the world's most beautiful women have gorgeous porcelain skin. The Sun (2010)There is not another vessel in sight, the weather is gorgeous and the scenery is simply stunning. The Sun (2013)I have a good job, a nice house and a gorgeous husband. The Sun (2008)There are no enemies jumping out: just gorgeous scenery to explore, sometimes with another player. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Who at my age wouldn't hook up with a rich, gorgeous older woman? The Sun (2013)A month ago I met an extremely gorgeous woman who was quite a bit older than me. The Sun (2009)
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British English: gorgeous /ˈɡɔːdʒəs/ ADJECTIVE
Someone or something that is gorgeous is extremely pleasant or attractive.
It's a gorgeous day.
- American English: gorgeous
- Arabic: رَائِع
- Brazilian Portuguese: esplêndido
- Chinese: 华丽的
- Croatian: prekrasan
- Czech: krásný
- Danish: pragtfuld
- Dutch: fantastisch
- European Spanish: guapísimo
- Finnish: upea
- French: superbe
- German: hinreißend
- Greek: πανέμορφος
- Italian: stupendo
- Japanese: 華麗な
- Korean: 호화로운
- Norwegian: praktfull
- Polish: wspaniały
- European Portuguese: esplêndido
- Romanian: minunat
- Russian: великолепный
- Latin American Spanish: guapísimo
- Swedish: ursnygg
- Thai: สวยงาม
- Turkish: çok güzel
- Ukrainian: чудовий
- Vietnamese: tuyệt đẹp
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