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gor·geous

 (gôr′jəs)
adj.
1.
a. Dazzlingly beautiful or magnificent: wore a gorgeous Victorian gown.
b. Characterized by magnificence or virtuosic brilliance: the pianist's gorgeous technique.
2. Informal Wonderful; delightful.

[Middle English gorgeouse, probably from Old French gorgias, jewelry-loving, elegant, from gorge, throat; see gorge.]

gor′geous·ly adv.
gor′geous·ness n.
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gorgeous

(ˈɡɔːdʒəs)
adj
1. strikingly beautiful or magnificent: gorgeous array; a gorgeous girl.
2. informal extremely pleasing, fine, or good: gorgeous weather.
[C15: from Old French gorgias elegant, from gorgias wimple, from gorge; see gorge]
ˈgorgeously adv
ˈgorgeousness n
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gor•geous

(ˈgɔr dʒəs)

adj.
1. splendid or sumptuous in appearance, coloring, etc.; magnificent or beautiful.
2. extremely pleasant or enjoyable: I had a gorgeous time.
[1490–1500; earlier gorgeouse < Old French gorgias fashionable, elegant (of uncertain orig.); see -ous]
gor′geous•ly, adv.
gor′geous•ness, n.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.gorgeous - dazzlingly beautiful; "a gorgeous Victorian gown"
beautiful - delighting the senses or exciting intellectual or emotional admiration; "a beautiful child"; "beautiful country"; "a beautiful painting"; "a beautiful theory"; "a beautiful party"
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gorgeous

adjective
1. magnificent, grand, beautiful, superb, spectacular, splendid, glittering, dazzling, luxurious, sumptuous, opulent Some of these Renaissance buildings are absolutely gorgeous.
magnificent cheap, shabby, shoddy
3. beautiful (Informal) attractive, lovely, stunning (informal), elegant, handsome, good-looking, exquisite, drop-dead (slang), ravishing The cosmetics industry uses gorgeous women to sell its products.
beautiful homely, plain, ugly, unattractive, unsightly, repulsive
4. dazzling, bright, brilliant, magnificent, sumptuous, opulent, resplendent, showy a red-haired man in the gorgeous uniform of a Marshal of the Empire
dazzling dreary, sombre
5. fine, glorious, sunny It's a gorgeous day.
fine dull, gloomy
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gorgeous

adjective
2. Marked by extraordinary elegance, beauty, and splendor:
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Translations
رَائِعرائِع، زاهٍفاخِر، مُمتِع
krásnýnádhernýsenzačníúžasný
pragtfuldprægtig
upea
prekrasan
gullfalleguryndisfagur; glæsileguryndislegur
華麗な
호화로운
greznskrāšņslielisks
przepięknywspaniały
krasen
ursnygg
สวยงาม
tuyệt đẹp

gorgeous

[ˈgɔːdʒəs] ADJ
1. (= lovely) [object, scenery, colour, music] → precioso; [food, wine] → delicioso, riquísimo; [weather] → espléndido, magnífico
she wears the most gorgeous clotheslleva una ropa preciosa
gorgeous silks and jewelssedas y joyas preciosas or espléndidas
oh! it's absolutely gorgeous!¡oh! ¡es una preciosidad!
the garden looks absolutely gorgeousel jardín está precioso
it smells gorgeoushuele delicioso
this tastes gorgeousestá riquísimo
the weather was gorgeoushacía un tiempo espléndido or magnífico
what a gorgeous day!¡hace un día precioso or espléndido!
2. (= beautiful) [woman] → guapísimo, precioso; [man] → guapísimo; [child, baby] → riquísimo, monísimo; [eyes, hair] → precioso
he/she's gorgeous!¡es guapísimo/guapísima!
hello, gorgeous! > (to woman) → ¡hola, preciosa!; (to man) → ¡hola, guapo!
what a gorgeous hunk!¡qué tío más bueno!
see also drop-dead
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gorgeous

[ˈgɔːrdʒəs] adj
[man, woman] → superbe
She's gorgeous! → Elle est superbe !
[baby] → adorable
[weather] → splendide
The weather was gorgeous → Il a fait un temps splendide.
[clothes, present, flowers, colour] → beau(belle)
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gorgeous

adj
(= lovely) weather, scenery, sunset, colours, food, wine, melodyherrlich, fantastisch, phantastisch; to look gorgeousfantastisch or phantastisch aussehen; to taste/smell gorgeousherrlich schmecken/duften
(inf: = beautiful) woman, man, eyes, hairhinreißend; clotheshinreißend, toll (inf); presenttoll (inf); a gorgeous blondeeine sagenhafte Blondine (inf); a gorgeous hunkein toller Typ (inf); hi, gorgeous!hallo, Süßer/Süße!
(= sumptuous, magnificent) clothes, fabric, jewellery, flowers, buildingprächtig
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gorgeous

[ˈgɔːdʒəs] adj (woman, dress, holiday) → stupendo/a, magnifico/a; (meal) → fantastico/a
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gorgeous

(ˈgoːdʒəs) adjective
1. beautiful; splendid. a gorgeous dress; a gorgeous girl; These colours are gorgeous.
2. very pleasant. a gorgeous meal.
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gorgeous

رَائِع krásný pragtfuld hinreißend πανέμορφος guapísimo upea superbe prekrasan stupendo 華麗な 호화로운 fantastisch praktfull wspaniały esplêndido великолепный ursnygg สวยงาม çok güzel tuyệt đẹp 华丽的
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