Definition of 'fabulous'
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Example sentences containing 'fabulous'
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Is it possible to feel as fabulous in Converse? The Sun (2016)After years spent as frontbench attack dog, he is relishing his transition into something altogether more fabulous. Times, Sunday Times (2016)I tell him he looks like a fabulous Scrooge. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The Absolutely Fabulous star will lead the cast of a new weekly whodunnit sketch. The Sun (2017) Fresh and fabulous veggie food can easily be found now, whether you're avoiding meat for a day or a lifetime. Times, Sunday Times (2016)I love young fashions and I feel fabulous. The Sun (2016)Fabulous scenery and great acting all round. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Because your feet end up looking far more fabulous. Times, Sunday Times (2015) Many of the fabulous art deco villas and apartment buildings are being torn down. Times, Sunday Times (2006)You feel fabulous and confident in yourself and that is reflected straight back at you. Times, Sunday Times (2011)It was a ship of fabulous wealth. Christianity Today (2000)Take the first steps to feel fit and fabulous this summer. The Sun (2016)It represents a fabulous transfer of wealth to shareholders from households. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Holidays are supposed to be when you feel your most fabulous. Times, Sunday Times (2015)She has really been through the mill and now we want her to look and feel fabulous for her big day. The Sun (2007)There was something fabulous about it. Times, Sunday Times (2006) Looks fabulous by my kitchen window. Times, Sunday Times (2012)You'll need to be wearing something green and fabulous. Times, Sunday Times (2010)But although they look fresh and fabulous, each one of them harbours a dark secret. The Sun (2012)Who wouldn't want to get paid for turning up and looking fabulous? Times, Sunday Times (2007)Then she has a sleep, as she has invariably done something fabulous the night before. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Yet, it was another company that catapulted him to fabulous wealth. Times, Sunday Times (2016)She always looks fabulous and there's a confidence about her. Times, Sunday Times (2013)If this involves an invite to something fabulous, take it. The Sun (2015)The coastal drive from Colombo features a wealth of fabulous beach resorts. Times, Sunday Times (2012)What to do: come for the fabulous walking, scenery and unhurried pace of life. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The biggest world stars play football because they love the game, but through that life, fabulous riches can come with it. The Sun (2010)The reputation of fabulous riches clung so closely to spices that some, as we shall see, considered them tarnished by the association. SPICE: The History of a Temptation (2004)Now I feel absolutely fabulous. The Sun (2009)
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Translations for 'fabulous'
British English: fabulous /ˈfæbjʊləs/ ADJECTIVE
You use fabulous to emphasize how wonderful or impressive you think something is.
The apartment offers fabulous views of the city.
- American English: fabulous
- Arabic: مُدْهِش
- Brazilian Portuguese: fabuloso
- Chinese: 奇异的
- Croatian: nevjerojatan
- Czech: fantastický
- Danish: fabelagtig
- Dutch: legendarisch
- European Spanish: fabuloso
- Finnish: loistava
- French: fabuleux
- German: fabelhaft
- Greek: θαυμάσιος
- Italian: favoloso
- Japanese: すばらしい
- Korean: 굉장히 좋은
- Norwegian: fantastisk
- Polish: bajeczny
- European Portuguese: fabuloso
- Romanian: fabulos
- Russian: сказочный
- Spanish: fabuloso
- Swedish: häftig
- Thai: เยี่ยม
- Turkish: inanılmaz
- Ukrainian: дивовижний
- Vietnamese: tuyệt vời
Definition of fabulous from the Collins English Dictionary
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