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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (gallant)
a. graceful
¿Posaste para esta foto? Te ves airoso y misterioso.Did you pose for this picture? You look graceful and mysterious.
Cada una de las bailarinas subió la mano con un gesto airoso, y luego se apagaron las luces.Each of the dancers lifted her hand with a graceful gesture, and then the lights went down.
b. elegant
Diego se veía airoso y sofisticado en ese esmoquin.Diego looked elegant and sophisticated in his tuxedo.
2. (triumphant)
a. successful
Martínez salió airoso de la reunión. Había convencido a los inversores.Martinez was successful at the meeting. He managed to convince the investors.
b. with flying colors
Regionalism used in the United States
(United States)
Una vez más, Houdini escapó airoso de la cámara de tortura china.Once again, Houdini escaped the Chinese torture cell with flying colors.
c. with flying colours (United Kingdom)
Nuestros soldados regresaron airosos del campo de batalla.Our soldiers returned from the battlefield with flying colours.
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (garboso)
a. graceful, elegant
2. (triunfante)
salir airoso de algoto come out of something with flying colors
1 (elegante) graceful; elegant
quedar airoso salir airoso to be successful; come out with flying colours
salir airoso de algo to come through sth unscathed
2 (ventilado) airy; [+cuarto] draughty; [+lugar expuesto] windy; [+tiempo] windy; blowy
Collins Complete Spanish Electronic Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
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