Spanish English Dictionary

español - English

bonita in English:

1. gorgeous gorgeous


What a gorgeous sunset! Let's hang around for a couple of minutes and watch it.
Let me introduce my gorgeous assistant, Miss Van Eyck.
Oh, it's gorgeous.
There's still light in the sky, but it takes on a gorgeous blue gradation.
When she saw the gorgeous coat, Julie decided to buy it.
Isn't he gorgeous? - So tall and smart-looking.
I was just admiring your roses. They're absolutely gorgeous. "Oh, I'm flattered. Thank you."
That's a gorgeous color. What kind of beer is that?
As he looked through the store window, Dima's eyes widened as they fell upon a gorgeous black suit, and then widened even more when he noticed the 3,000,000.99 BYR price tag.
The weather was gorgeous for three days but then become a little cloudy.
She wore a gorgeous red and gold silk sari to the party.
Marilyn Monroe is considered one of the most gorgeous film stars.
This gorgeous man was actually interested in her.
someone or something that is gorgeous is extremely enjoyable, beautiful, or attractive
Carlo is gorgeous – has he got a girlfriend?