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cut·ie

also cut·ey  (kyo͞o′tē)
n. pl. cut·ies also cut·eys Informal
A cute person.

cutie

(ˈkjuːtɪ) or

cutey

n
a person regarded as appealing or attractive, esp a girl or woman

cut•ie

(ˈkyu ti)

n.
Informal. a charmingly attractive person.
[1760–70, Amer.]
Translations

cutie

[ˈkjuːtɪ] N (US) → monada f, ricura f

cutie

n (esp US inf) (= attractive person)flotter Käfer (inf), → dufte Biene (inf); (= child)süßer Fratz (inf); (= shrewd person)gewitzter Typ, Schlitzohr m (pej)
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