English version

cute

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcutecute /kjuːt/ ●●● S2 adjective πŸ”Š πŸ”Š 1 BEAUTIFUL/GOOD-LOOKINGvery pretty or attractive πŸ”Š a cute little puppy πŸ”Š The baby’s so cute. πŸ”Š That’s a really cute outfit.β–Ί see thesaurus at beautiful2 SEXY especially American English sexually attractive πŸ”Š Tell us about this cute guy you met!3 especially American EnglishTRICK/DECEIVE clever in a way that can seem rude πŸ”Š Their lawyer tried a cute trick. β€”cutely adverb β€”cuteness noun [uncountable]
Examples from the Corpus
cuteβ€’ Do you like Jill Anderson? I think she's cute!β€’ He's really naughty, but he's so cute.β€’ I don't know why she won't go out with him. I think he's kind of cute.β€’ Oh, aren't those shoes cute?β€’ You were such a cute baby!β€’ There were any number of nameless partners, telling her she was a cute chick, trying to fondle her.β€’ a cute, chubby babyβ€’ Heidi is the cutest girl in my class.β€’ Julia Roberts is really cute in her new movie.β€’ Doesn't he look cute in that baseball cap!β€’ Pam always draws those cute little circles over her "i's."β€’ She looked pretty as anything with her yellow hair and her cute little face.β€’ cute little kittensβ€’ And no, the latter has nothing to do with hordes of rude guys in cute matching coifs.
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