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When talking about the weather, "it's sunny" can be translated as "está soleado" as well as "hace sol."
sunny(
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
adjective
1. (weather)
a. soleado
I hope we get a sunny day tomorrow so we can go to the beach.Espero que haga un día soleado mañana para que podamos ir a la playa.
The forecast for today said it was going to rain, but it is sunny.El pronóstico para hoy era de lluvia, pero está soleado.
2. (cheerful)
a. alegre
The concierge at the hotel greeted us with a sunny smile.La conserje del hotel nos saludó con una sonrisa alegre.
b. risueño
Your wife has such a sunny personality.Su esposa tiene un carácter tan risueño.
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sunny
An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
adjective
1. (day, place)
a. soleado(a)
it's sunnyhace sol
2. (face, personality)
a. radiante
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sunny [ˈsʌnɪ]
adjective
sunnier (comparative)sunniest (superlative)
1 (bright) [+weather, climate, morning, place] soleado
it was a sunny spring morning era una soleada mañana de primavera; on sunny days los días soleados or en que hace sol; it's a lovely sunny day hace un día de sol precioso
it was a sunny [day] it was a gloriously sunny day It was a beautiful sunny [morning] with a gentle breeze ...a sunny summer's afternoon
the sunniest place in Alaska el lugar de Alaska donde hace más sol; el lugar más soleado de Alaska
sunny intervals (Metal) intervalos (m) soleados
Morning rain will give way to sunny [intervals] by the afternoon there will be some sunny [intervals] during the afternoon There is a chance of sunny spells in the West Some very nice sunny periods but it is going to turn thundery later
it's sunny hace sol
These plants thrive in a warm, sunny [place] Most roses like a sunny position in a fairly fertile soil It's a bright, sunny room ...a lovely, sunny region of green [hills] and valleys ...sunny south-facing walls Live on the sunny side of your house and take advantage of free solar warmth let's go swimming if it's sunny later windows on the sunny [side] of the house a dermatologist who advises patients not to walk on the sunny side of the street
the outlook is sunny el pronóstico es soleado
The outlook is sunny in the North but showery in the South the sunny [side] The book is about both the dark side and the sunny side of life She keeps her sunny side up
I'd like my egg sunny side up (Cookery) quiero que mi huevo esté frito solo por un lado
How would you like your eggs? Over easy or sunny side up?
2 (cheery) [+person] risueño; alegre; [+smile, disposition] alegre
The staff wear big sunny [smiles] I fixed her with an unwavering gaze and gave a sunny [smile] ...grey-green eyes and a sunny [personality] He is a sunny [person] Surely their sunniest child, she seemed uncomplicated and serene He's all smiles, all warm and sunny ...
to have a sunny disposition or temperament ser de temperamento alegre
he had a sunny [disposition] temperament He has a delightfully sunny temperament You have a good mind and a sunny nature The staff wear big sunny [smiles] I fixed her with an unwavering gaze and gave a sunny [smile]
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