stunner

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stun·ner

 (stŭn′ər)
n.
One that stuns, as:
a. An astounding, unexpected event.
b. An exceptionally good-looking person.

stunner

(ˈstʌnə)
n
informal a person or thing of great beauty, quality, size, etc

stun•ner

(ˈstʌn ər)

n.
1. a person or thing that stuns.
2. a person or thing of striking excellence, beauty, etc.
[1840–50]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.stunner - a very attractive or seductive looking womanstunner - a very attractive or seductive looking woman
adult female, woman - an adult female person (as opposed to a man); "the woman kept house while the man hunted"
2.stunner - an unexpected and amazing event; "the stunner was what happened on Saturday"
surprise - a sudden unexpected event

stunner

noun (Informal) beauty, looker (informal, chiefly U.S.), lovely (slang), dish (informal), sensation, honey (informal), good-looker, dazzler, peach (informal), wow (slang, chiefly U.S.), dolly (slang), knockout (informal), heart-throb, charmer, eyeful (informal), smasher (informal), humdinger (slang), glamour puss One of the girls was an absolute stunner.

stunner

noun
1. One that evokes great surprise and admiration:
Idioms: one for the books, the eighth wonder of the world.
2. A person regarded as physically attractive:
beauty, belle (used of a woman), lovely.
Slang: babe, doll, hunk (used of a man), knockout, looker, stud (used of a man).
Translations

stunner

[ˈstʌnəʳ] N (= person) → persona f maravillosa; (= thing) → cosa f estupenda
she's a real stunnerestá buenísima or como un tren, es una mujer despampanante
the picture is a stunnerel cuadro es maravilloso

stunner

[ˈstʌnər] n
(= woman) → bombe f
(= thing) → bombe f
to be a stunner → être de la bombe

stunner

n (inf: = thing) → Wucht f (inf); (= woman)tolle Frau, tolles Weib (inf); (= man)toller Mann or Kerl (inf)

stunner

[ˈstʌnəʳ] n (fam) she's a stunnerè uno schianto
References in periodicals archive ?
USDA's announcement that it will propose a rule to prohibit the use of air-injected pneumatic stunners mirrors the meat industry's efforts more than four years ago.
Since then, manufacturers have been replacing pneumatic stunners with devices that don't inject air.
By mid-1999, pneumatic stunners with air will be used to help slaughter less than one percent of steers and heifers, says the beef industry.