English version

flair

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishflairflair /fleΙ™ $ fler/ noun πŸ”Š πŸ”Š 1 [singular]GOOD AT a natural ability to do something very well syn talent πŸ”Š Jo has a flair for languages.β–Ί see thesaurus at skill2 [uncountable]STYLE/ELEGANCE a way of doing things that is interesting and shows imaginationartistic/creative flair πŸ”Š a job for which artistic flair is essential πŸ”Š Irwin has real entrepreneurial flair.
Examples from the Corpus
flairβ€’ Dominic has always had a flair for appropriating snippets of verbiage.β€’ If you have a flair for languages, there are some good career opportunities in Europe.β€’ In his new post Stewart displayed enthusiasm and flair.β€’ The room's interior was designed with taste and flair.β€’ She credits her father for her business flair.β€’ Bates is bringing her comedic flair to the show.β€’ a combination of British practicality and French flairβ€’ Or are you an Audrey, eager to walk up the aisle in a chic, minimal gown with Hepburnesque flair?β€’ As a player he had a lot of flair, but it didn't help him win.β€’ One of the best new players, he shows flair and creativity at the game.β€’ Being a good salesman requires skill, flair, and a good knowledge of your product.has a flair forβ€’ He's a normal 11-year-old kid, but he has a flair for math.β€’ When it does decide to rouse from its slumbers and join in the fun, it has a flair for the unexpected.artistic/creative flairβ€’ When it comes to styling, artistic flair and imagination are essential.β€’ How do you utilise your creative flair and imagination?
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