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A masculine noun is used with masculine articles and adjectives (e.g. el hombre guapo, el sol amarillo).
masculine noun
1. (love affair)
a. fling
Eva y Javier tuvieron un flirt, pero ya no están juntos.Eva and Javier had a fling, but they're not together any longer.
2. (sweetheart)
a. boyfriend (masculine)
¿Tiene tu hija un flirt? - No, todavía es muy joven para esas cosas.Does your daughter has a boyfriend? - No, she's still too young for that kind of thing.
b. girlfriend (feminine)
¿Conoces al nuevo flirt the Esteban? Es guapísima.Do you know Esteban's new girlfriend. She's gorgeous.
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flirt [flir] [fler]
flirts (plural)
1 (amorío) fling (familiar)
A tuvo un flirt con B
2 (persona) boyfriend/girlfriend
la estrella vino con su flirt del momento the star came with her latest boyfriend
Collins Complete Spanish Electronic Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
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