In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(person)atractivo(personality/smile/voice) atractivo(voice/smile/personality) atrayente
- You're greeted by an attractive person who asks you how you are, and seems interested in your answer.
- Footballer David Beckham is one of the most sexy and attractive men on the planet.
- One night I ran into a pretty girl who seemed to think I was attractive.
- For years, studies have confirmed that attractive people get all the breaks.
- Next time you find yourself flirting with an attractive member of the opposite sex, however, you should beware.
- Why oh why do these attractive women in the public eye choose to commit themselves to other men, before they've even had a chance to meet me?
- But she is furious at her dad for marrying an attractive woman just a few years older than herself.
- She was quite an attractive woman with her pretty auburn hair braided behind her head.
- An orchestra of attractive women played gay tunes from operas and light marches.
- Gavin was a rather attractive man who invariably dressed in jeans and a tight T-shirt.
- He would like more time with his attractive, attentive wife, and, adoring, aging mother.
- The shop was full of attractive men buying Valentine's cards for their gorgeous women.
- He has an attractive wife, Madeleine, who likes to paint landscapes.
- She was naturally attractive with her cute face and short but nicely curved body.
- These shows are about attractive people falling deeply in love with one another.
- She was a lovely and attractive girl, but it appeared that she was nervous and scared.
- He wants everyone to know that he has a very attractive wife.
- Each table had a rather attractive woman who dealt cards with as much dexterity as in Las Vegas.
- As I hopped aboard, I noticed the bus was empty but for three attractive girls in animated discussion at the back.
- A few years older than me, he was not a particularly attractive man.
- For I suddenly seem to be encountering a new generation of stunningly attractive women in their fifties.
- To my delight, I saw a very attractive lady running around the pool yelling my name.
- What I wanted was to spend an evening with a very attractive and fascinating woman.
2(advantageous, interesting)(price/offer) atractivo(offer/price) tentador(offer/price) interesantethe idea isn't exactly attractive to me — la idea no me atrae demasiado / no me resulta muy atrayente
- it isn't a very attractive prospect — no es una perspectiva muy halagüeña
- He has an attractive theory on this state of affairs.
- This opens up a spectre of interesting possibilities, none of them attractive to him.
- Veterinary science is a career choice that has become increasingly attractive to women.
- Such a policy goal would be attractive to parents, students and many other stakeholders.
- Australia had by then become a most attractive target for a new form of crime.
- The extent to which nuclear power will be attractive in the future depends on two main sets of factors.
- He added that many of the paintings had not been auctioned before, which made them particularly attractive to collectors.
- We're also active in France, with a product that's proving attractive to the hotel sector.
- Its proximity to the city centre is attractive while its garden will appeal to the green-fingered.
- The report added that Winchester town was the only part of the district that would remain attractive to developers.
- The idea of love at first sight, though attractive to women in theory, terrifies them in practice.
- Newton's argument is intellectually attractive and his scholarship is extremely persuasive.
- The selected book will be given a somewhat bigger push than is often the case with first novels, and overall the deal looks attractive.
- Analysts said the deal was likely to be attractive to consumer electronics makers.
- And it is a strategy which is attractive to many customers.
- Its freedom and economic prosperity make it an attractive place for many Haitians.
- Moving permanently overseas became increasingly attractive to many New Zealanders.
- An association with the Spice Girls was an attractive idea as the Spice Girls appealed to young girls.
- Pop music is attractive to advertisers by virtue of its popularity with the audience.
- However the interest rate gap was still proving attractive to foreign investors.
- The region needs this type of investment to make it attractive to industrialists, tourists, and workers.
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