dandy
noun
1. (fashionable man) 
a. el dandi (M) 
We saw a dandy leaving the concert hall in a top hat and tails.Vimos a un dandi salir de la sala de conciertos vestido con sombrero de copa y frac.
b. el dandy (M) 
Mr. Jimenez is a real dandy. He's always wearing the finest suits.El señor Jiménez es un verdadero dandy. Siempre lleva trajes muy finos.
adjective
2. (colloquial) (excellent) (United States) 
a. genial (colloquial) 
These dandy, exciting news make me very happy.Estas noticias geniales y emocionantes me ponen muy feliz.
b. chachi (colloquial) (Spain) 
What a dandy idea! You deserve a promotion for that.¡Qué idea tan chachi! Te mereces un ascenso por eso.
dandy
Noun
1. (person) 
a. el petimetre m, dandi (M) 
adjective
2. (colloquial) 
a. genial 
everything's just (fine and) dandyestá todo perfecto
dandy [ˈdændɪ]
noun
(man) dandi (m); petimetre (m)
adjective
especially (US) excelente; chachi (informal); (Esp) macanudo (informal); (LAm)
fine and dandy perfecto
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