Traducción de clean-cut en Español:


bien definido, adj.

Pronunciación /ˌklinˈkət//kliːnˈkʌt/


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    (outline) bien definido
    (outline) nítido
    (appearance/image) muy cuidado
    he always played the clean-cut hero siempre hacía de bueno de la película
    • Most, in the finish, have been quite clean-cut.
    • A clean-cut young man, with dark skin and an average build, he was sitting with a bull's eye target hanging around his neck.
    • But he was a clean-cut boy who attended school and had never been in trouble with the law.
    • Incised wounds have clean-cut, straight edges and generally are free of abrasion or contusion.
    • They are both what adults of a certain age would call clean-cut boys.
    • The guys were clean-cut and dashing, the girls were curly-haired and red-lipped.
    • He also calms fears that aliens may be lurking - and who wouldn't trust the word of such a clean-cut fellow?
    • Cut a piece of fabric with the tip and along the blade, looking for a clean-cut edge.
    • He said that he didn't match his image of a deranged maniac - he was very clean-cut.
    • Women have varying tastes, some like the rugged look, but very popular is the clean-cut, clean-living man.
    • ‘I wanted really clean-cut fabrics and it turned out to be a real nightmare trying to source them in Glasgow,’ she says.
    • The good-looking, clean-cut boys with their excellent manners and friendly dispositions tunneled through Papa's gruff exterior and became his friends.
    • Once I had emerged from my dark days of repression and conformity, I stopped my infatuation with pop stars and clean-cut, wholesome actors, and discovered the world of celebrity chefs.
    • Upon seeing the clean-cut boy jogging toward her, she stood up from her seat on the edge of the empty fountain.
    • But the case manager is not present when two clean-cut young men in suits happen to knock on his apartment door the following week.
    • With clean-cut designs and natural and fluent lines, the collection aims to present elegance while incorporating the most up-to-date fashion ideas.
    • We would like to have very black and very white, very good, very evil, very clean-cut distinctions and those distinctions can be blurred if we aren't careful.
    • The whole concept is fuzzy because, unlike so many other things in algebra that have definite formulas that are logical and clean-cut, factoring isn't this way.
    • One of the teenagers, a clean-cut former gang member handing out anti-violence bumper stickers, said he thought the mayor was serious about reducing crime in the neighborhood.
    • Yet he claims drugs and alcohol were never problems in the band; they were clean-cut guys who were much more into baseball than the party scene.
    • As far as I'm concerned, this is a simple, clean-cut civil rights issue.
    • The targets of the titular hunt are mostly clean-cut fellows with rippled, reflective abs.
    • A California dreamer from an endless summer: shirt-jackets, clean-cut cottons, linen Oxford and bandana prints are ready for men enjoying sunset colours on the beach.
    • The Mayor's office, the GLA, your Authority; it appears to us it is not as clean-cut and clear as you are indicating.
    • And those clean-cut boys in their ties sure are perky without even a sip of cola to boost them.
    • She was sure they had once been clean-cut, but frequent wear gradually eroded away the edges.
    • He's not the clean-cut bloke pictured in the film's ad art but rather someone at the end of their tether.
    • A young man, clean-cut, sharp and fit, perched above us on the coping stones of the top of the seven feet high wall.
    • A clean-cut chilled gazpacho made an exhilarating appetiser, its sharp tomato edge juxtaposed with a mellow, voluptuous quenelle of crab and avocado.
    • This guy had a plan, a very clear, clean-cut plan.
    • If you appeared to be a clean-cut youngster, or your parent gave permission, buying a gun was not a big deal.
    • It's the same dry, clean-cut, bright, energetic world that drew Stravinsky to a later Italian composer, Pergolesi, in Pulcinella.
    • A clean-cut chap staggers along the stadium floor in step.
    • And also, the fact that he's a nice, clean-cut looking man.
    • Those that do usually have lots of pictures, are updated everyday, and have simple, clean-cut writing.