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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbeautbeaut /bjuːt/ noun [singular]  GOOD/EXCELLENTBAD American English, AusE spoken used to say that something is either very good, attractive, or impressive That last catch was a beaut.
Examples from the Corpus
beautThat necklace is a beaut, Mrs Nugent.But the idea was a beaut.He set things up for Tim Smith to score the second try and then landed a absolute beaut of a conversion.That necklace is a real beaut.
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