English translation of 'glamour'
Example Sentences Including 'glamour'
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Certains habitués craignaient que la manifestation perde son côté glamour en changeant de lieu.Le Monde (1999)
Elle commençait déjà à devenir un symbole glamour, mais il restait encore quelque chose de l'adolescente.Le Monde (1997)
Ses senteurs viennent parfois de loin et sont alors californiennes et glamour en diable.Marie Claire
Trends of 'glamour'
Used Rarely. glamour is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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'glamour' in Other Languages
British English: glamorous /ˈɡlæmərəs/ ADJECTIVE
If you describe someone or something as glamorous, you mean that they are more attractive, exciting, or interesting than ordinary people or things.
...the glamorous lifestyle of the rich and famous.
- American English: glamorous
- Arabic: فَاتِن
- Brazilian Portuguese: glamouroso
- Chinese: 富有魅力的
- Croatian: glamurozan
- Czech: okouzlující
- Danish: glamourøs
- Dutch: aantrekkelijk
- European Spanish: glamuroso
- Finnish: loistokas
- French: glamour
- German: glamourös
- Greek: σαγηνευτικός
- Italian: affascinante
- Japanese: 魅力的な
- Korean: 매혹적인
- Norwegian: strålende
- Polish: czarujący
- European Portuguese: glamoroso
- Romanian: fascinant
- Russian: эффектный
- Spanish: glamuroso
- Swedish: glamorös
- Thai: ซึ่งมีเสน่ห์
- Turkish: göz kamaştırıcı
- Ukrainian: гламурний
- Vietnamese: quyến rũ
Translation of glamour from the Collins French to English
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