ladykiller


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ladykiller

noun womanizer, heartbreaker, Don Juan, Casanova, rake, philanderer, Lothario, wolf (informal), libertine, roué, ladies' man Hollywood's hottest star and a notorious ladykiller
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ladykiller

[ˈleɪdɪˌkɪləʳ] Nladrón m de corazones, donjuán m, tenorio m

ladykiller

[ˈleɪdikɪlər] n (old-fashioned)don Juan m

ladykiller

[ˈleɪdɪˌkɪləʳ] ndongiovanni m inv, rubacuori m inv
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WITH BREAKFAST'S DAN & KATY I Want You is just the latest trackfrom Cee Lo Green's amazing Ladykiller album.
Ladykiller is well-plotted absorbingly populated and set against a cityscape that adds its own layer of drama.
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Reading Charlotte Gill's delicious collection of stories, Ladykiller, offers the same voyeuristic rush as watching bungee jumping.
In a 60-year career, he appeared in more than 100 films - including classics such as The Ladykiller, Spartacus and El Cid.
Ladykiller is well-plotted, absorbingly populated, and set against a cityscape that adds its own layer of drama.
Instead of the classic soul sound of his album The Ladykiller, Green went in a more rock-based direction with an all-female backing band clad in silver lame catsuits no less.
LADYKILLER Russell Brand dropped off his new gal pal Katy Perry at St Pancras station in London yesterday morning - after the couple spent the night at his pal Jonathan Ross's house.
Then he lived up to his dad Julio's reputation as a ladykiller and sealed the song with a snog.
Then, as the tension mounted, he lived up to his dad Julio's reputation as a ladykiller and sealed the song with a snog.
I'm sure ladykiller Sven will cope - he never gets much kip in a hotel room.
The frank observations about sex, adultery and abortion might not seem so shocking now, but back in the sixties it caused a real stir as the serial ladykiller swept from bed to bed spouting his trademark Cockney observations.