bonito


bonito
adj.
nice, pretty, cute, handsome.
m.
bonito, bonito fish, striped tunny.
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bonito
adjetivo
1 lovely, nice
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bonito
nombre masculino
1 (pez) bonito, Atlantic bonito
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(f. - bonita)
adj.
nice, pretty
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I
1. ADJ
1) (=bello) pretty

María es un bonito nombre — María is a pretty name

Amelia tiene una cara bonita — Amelia has a pretty face

el pueblo más bonito de Andalucía — the prettiest village in Andalusia

es un bebé muy bonito — he's a very pretty baby, he's a lovely baby

un hombre bonito — Cono Sur a handsome man

¡qué bonito! ¡contestarle así a tu padre! — iró that's nice, answering your father back like that!

¡bonito follón se armó! — * iró there was certainly a bit of a row!

lo bonito, lo bonito sería que no hubiera guerras — it would be nice if there were no wars

quedar bonito, ese cuadro queda ahí muy bonito — that picture looks very nice there

el vendedor me lo pintó todo muy bonito — the salesman painted me a very pretty picture of it

2) (=considerable)

una bonita cantidad o suma — a tidy little sum *, a pretty penny *

2.
ADV LAm * nicely

ella canta bonito — she sings nicely

se te ve bonito — it looks good on you

II
SM (=pez) tuna, bonito
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I
-ta adjetivo
1) (hermoso) <vestido/flor> pretty, nice; <mujer/niño> pretty; <canción/apartamento> nice, lovely

le quedaba muy bonito — it really suited her

la has hecho llorar! ¿te parece bonito? — you've made her cry, I suppose you think that's clever!

2) (delante del n) <suma/cantidad> nice, tidy (before n)
II
adverbio (CS) <bailar/cantar> nicely, well

borda muy bonito — she does lovely embroidery

III
masculino tuna, bonito
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I
-ta adjetivo
1) (hermoso) <vestido/flor> pretty, nice; <mujer/niño> pretty; <canción/apartamento> nice, lovely

le quedaba muy bonito — it really suited her

la has hecho llorar! ¿te parece bonito? — you've made her cry, I suppose you think that's clever!

2) (delante del n) <suma/cantidad> nice, tidy (before n)
II
adverbio (CS) <bailar/cantar> nicely, well

borda muy bonito — she does lovely embroidery

III
masculino tuna, bonito
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bonito1
1 = skipjack tuna.

Ex: Monitoring these compounds in the open seas, using skipjack tuna as a bioindicator, is needed to further understand the future trend of contamination.

bonito2
2 = nice, handsome [handsomer -comp., handsomest -sup.], beautiful, lovely [lovelier - comp., loveliest -sup.], pretty, comely [comelier -comp., comeliest -sup.].

Ex: One time he showed me a photograph in an art book of a woman's bare breasts and said 'Nice tits, uh?'.

Ex: All these novels are about young women meeting handsome men, at first disliking them and then discovering that they love them, with the inescapable 'happy ending' which means matrimony in these cases.
Ex: The store was gutted and rebuilt, according to his specifications, into a beautiful, modern facility, decorated in vibrant hues and furnished with the latest Herman Miller offerings.
Ex: The article 'Lovely idea, but unlovely pricing' criticizes the pricing level of a new service aimed at research scientists in the pharmaceutical, chemical, and biotechnology companies.
Ex: The article is entitled 'Virtual reality: tomorrow's information system, or just another pretty interface?'.
Ex: He went in the tavern wearing an eye patch, crying 'ahoy, matey!' and eying the comely wenches.
* bonita suma = princely sum.
* chica bonita y tonta = bimbo.
* nada bonito = unlovely.
* poner bonito = get + the rough edge of + Posesivo + tongue.
* ser bonito + Verbo = be neat to + Verbo.

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bonito1 -ta
adjective
A (hermoso) ‹vestido/flor› pretty, nice; ‹mujer/niño› pretty; ‹canción/apartamento› nice, lovely
es bonita, pero no es una belleza she's pretty but she's not what I'd call beautiful
un bonito pueblo de Vermont a pretty village in Vermont
le quedaba muy bonito it really suited her, she looked lovely o very nice in it
¡la has hecho llorar! ¿te parece bonito? you've made her cry, I suppose you think that's clever!
así que me habías mentido, ¿muy bonito, eh? (iró); so you'd lied to me; that was nice, wasn't it? (iro)
B (delante del n) ‹suma/cantidad› nice, tidy (before n)
había conseguido ahorrar una bonita cantidad he'd managed to save a tidy o nice little sum of money
bonito2
adverb
(CS) ‹bailar/cantar› nicely, well
borda muy bonito she does lovely embroidery
bonito3
masculine
tuna, bonito
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bonito 1
-ta adjetivo

pretty;

canción/apartamentonice, lovely
bonito 2 sustantivo masculino
tuna, bonito
bonito,-a 1 adjetivo
1 (gracioso, lindo) pretty, nice
2 (correcto, elegante) no me parece muy bonito que le grites al niño, I don't think it's very nice of you to shout at the child
3 (importante, considerable) nice, tidy
4 adv LAm well: espero que te vaya bonito, I hope it all goes well for you
bonito 2 m Zool tuna
'bonito' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
A
- aparente
- bonita
- chula
- chulo
- ésta
- éste
- expositor
- expositora
- linda
- lindo
- mona
- monada
- mono
- ver
- chicho
- encachado
- tanto
English:
A
- bonny
- cheap
- it
- nice
- outfit
- pretty
- tuna
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bonito1 nm
bonito
Comp
bonito de altura skipjack tuna;
bonito del norte long-finned tuna, albacore
bonito2, -a
adj
1. [lindo] pretty;
[agradable] nice;
tu hermana es bastante bonita your sister is quite pretty;
salió un día muy bonito it turned out to be a nice day;
es la canción más bonita del disco it's the most beautiful song on the album
2. Fam [grande]
recibió una bonita suma de sus padres she got a tidy sum of money from her parents
3. Irónico
¡muy bonito! great!, wonderful!;
¿te parece bonito lo que has hecho? are you proud of what you've done, then?
adv
Am
1. [bien] well;
baila muy bonito she's a very good dancer
2. [mucho] a lot;
ha crecido bonito he's really grown
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bonito
I adj pretty
II m ZO tuna
III adv L.Am.
well
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bonito adv
: nicely, well
¡qué bonito canta tu hermana!: your sister sings wonderfully!
bonito, -ta adj
lindo: pretty, lovely
tiene un apartamento bonito: she has a nice apartment
bonito nm
: bonito (tuna)
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bonito adj
1. (en general) nice / lovely [comp. lovelier; superl. loveliest]
es una película bonita it's a nice film
2. (de vista) pretty [comp. prettier; superl. prettiest]
una chica muy bonita a very pretty girl

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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