1. (very attractive)
Era un hombre muy guapo, pero los años no pasan en balde.He used to be a very handsome man, but we're none of us getting any younger.
Alberto no es lo que se dice muy guapo, pero tiene algo.Alberto isn't what you might call very good-looking, but he has something.
c. very hot (colloquial)
Es muy guapa y se los trae a todos de calle.She's very hot, and men just can't stay away from her.
d. very beautiful (woman or baby)
Manuela es muy guapa y lo sabe.Manuela is very beautiful and she knows it.
2. (very well dressed)
a. very smart
Hoy era su primer día de trabajo, y ella iba muy guapa con su vestido nuevo.Today was her first day on the job, and she looked very smart in her new dress.
b. very elegant
Muy guapo te has puesto tú para ir al supermercado como dices.You look very elegant. Are you sure you're just going to the supermarket?
3. (colloquial) (very pretty) (Spain)
a. very good-looking (colloquial)
Ana se ha comprado un coche muy guapo. - Claro, como ahora trabaja y tiene pasta.Ana has bought a very good-looking car. - Of course, she works and has money now.
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