English version

the beauty of something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishthe beauty of somethingthe beauty of somethingGOOD POINT OR CHARACTERISTICa particularly good quality that makes something especially suitable or useful The beauty of e-mail is its speed and ease of use. beauty
Examples from the Corpus
the beauty of somethingThe beauty of this diet is that you never have to feel hungry.Let us hope visitors will appreciate the beauty of the house-whatever story they are told about recent history.Johnny Marr couldn't believe the beauty of Morrissey's voice.I am impressed by the beauty of the art, by the richness and distinctiveness of Okinawan culture.Yet we are always doing this, because we so like to enjoy contemplating the beauty of our feline companions.It was also, according to everyone, famous for the beauty of the Druitt girls, of whom I was one.New trees will be planted to increase the beauty of our neighbourhoods.Anne said nothing but as the months passed, it was increasingly difficult to resist the beauty of belief.That was the beauty of our reign.
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