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glamorous

 
glamorous
[ˈglæmərəs]
adjective
1. atractivo(a)
glamorous [ˈɡlæmərəs]
adjective
[+person, dress] atractivo y sofisticado; glamo(u)roso; [+job] con mucho glamour; rodeado de gloria or grandeza; [+life] sofisticado; [+place, gathering] elegante; sofisticado
some of the world's most beautiful and glamorous women he liked being seen to associate with glamorous people she had been experimenting with more glamorous outfits, flimsy negligees, skimpy lace nighties I was an air hostess and, believe me, /it is not a glamorous job/ it's a lot easier to hire a new cabin attendant than a new pilot because /plenty of people want what is perceived to be a glamorous job/ with lots of travel /vice presidential candidates have less than glamorous jobs/ # They're the real work horses of America's campaigns I decided to quit the glamorous life of theatre how she longed to grow up and enter that glamorous life, exclusive night-clubs and dance- halls with tuxedoed orchestras while in London she could live the glamorous life of a newsreader with instant recognition six top models who swapped their glamorous image for the girl-in-the-street look she was plucked from obscurity and thrown into the glamorous world of the catwalks, as top model Tania Leger the south coast is less glamorous but full of clean and attractive hotels ...the beautiful clothes, the long red hair, the glamorous apartment, vacations in the Bahamas Japanese investors once paid top dollar for the most glamorous hotels and office buildings in the United States the Oscars is the most glamorous occasion in the film calendar
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