Traducción de mannish en Español:


masculino, adj.

Pronunciación /ˈmænɪʃ//ˈmanɪʃ/


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    (woman/appearance) masculino
    (woman/appearance) hombruno
    (fashion/clothes) masculino
    • Ranging from obese and untalented to anorexic and untalented to mannish and untalented, these actresses represent every image any man has ever thought of to keep himself from getting aroused.
    • Painted on small pieces of canvas board in the manner of a nearly competent illustrator, they feature a hard-boiled dame with a mannish haircut, very possibly the artist's image of herself.
    • In her mannish trousers and mane of golden red hair, Hepburn strode through her life with a passion, devoting 25 years to Spencer Tracy and moving on through all the long hours since his death.
    • Perhaps those experiences normalised the wearing of mannish jackets for women as much as the influence of couture.
    • ‘I'm sure that young man will be very grateful once this is all said and done,’ the woman informed Elle, in a rather mannish voice.
    • Charlotte Gainsbourg, who carries so well the mannish shirt mantle passed down by her mother Jane Birkin, works the look perfectly.
    • In Arzner's subtly altered version, Rosalind Russell's obsessive Harriet is a chilling yet mesmerising figure, and in low-angle shots and mannish attire, looms as majestic and vengeful as a modern-day Medea.
    • There are things that I like about being a woman that I wouldn't give up just to be considered more mannish.
    • If you wear mannish trousers, a coat with flared skirt will look too feminine.
    • At the time, a group of us used to dress in mannish suits as a homage to Frida.
    • Yes, tomboyish girls are cute, but isn't it an insult to call a woman mannish?
    • The grey slouch pants are mannish in wide cut, yet here are styled to retain a feminine appealing look.
    • For six years, they had worn the square, mannish fashions the desperate times required - and they had had enough.
    • They are mostly oversized double-breasted jackets, almost-baggy trousers and mannish topcoats.
    • Innocent blondes, corrupted by wolfish brunettes with mannish haircuts and tight, tight sweaters, stare wide-eyed at the reader.
    • She was very mannish, and what we were taught was that those masculine traits were evil - and that her evil was somehow infectious.
    • While her performance is deft and provocative, her mannish appearance is so off-putting that it's tough to imagine two men being so worked up over her they'd risk everything to have her.
    • The main female character in this tale is stocky and mannish (with a little mustache) and carries pimple medicine in her knapsack.
    • I expect Kylie would look quite fetching in any part of the collection, however, particularly in comparison with some mannish catwalk models.
    • The seventh member of the chorus, a wide shouldered, mannish, strong woman with steel gray eyes, took her place.