English version

debonair

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdebonairdeb‧o‧nair /ˌdebəˈneə◂ $ -ˈner◂/ adjective old-fashioned  FASHIONABLEa man who is debonair is fashionable and confident
Examples from the Corpus
debonairOh, he was charming and debonair - but he was no match for Damian Flint.The thought of debonair Seb Smith being beaten by spotty, horrid little Nails tickled Nutty's imagination.So the debonair Simon had made it big in the financial world.a stylish, debonair young man
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