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A word or phrase that is commonly used in conversational speech (e.g. skinny, grandma).
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That woman is drop-dead gorgeous. - Go over there and ask for her phone number.Esa mujer está buenísima. - Acércate allí y pídele su número.
Yesterday my girlfriend broke up with me, and today I find myself surrounded by drop-dead gorgeous models in a dressing room. Life is good!Ayer mi novia rompió conmigo, y hoy me encuentro rodeado por infartantes modelos en un camarín. ¡La vida es bella!
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drop-dead [ˈdrɒpded]
a drop-dead cute boy un chico que te mueres (informal) or te cagas (very_informal)
Luke, a drop-dead beautiful drop-out ... ...any famous woman who is caught looking normal rather than drop-dead glamorous ...drop-dead sexy dresses
a drop-dead gorgeous girl una chica guapa hasta no poder más
What you need is a drop-dead-gorgeous female friend
a drop-dead gorgeous song una canción chulísima or que te mueres (informal)
Collins Complete Spanish Electronic Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
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