Translation of heartthrob in Spanish:

heartthrob

ídolo, n.

Pronunciation /ˈhɑrtˌθrɑb//ˈhɑːtθrɒb/

noun

informal

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    ídolo masculine
    • Nobody is too concerned that a Hollywood heart-throb is playing someone who in real life was barely 5ft tall and looked haggardly middle-aged when he was barely out of his teens.
    • He was the original Hollywood heart-throb, a star with good looks and a long list of lovers.
    • Yet in a beautifully tailored blue suit, this is recognisably the man who was one of the big screen's leading heart-throbs.
    • Come Saturday, the public are expected to vote in their squillions for one of the two heart-throbs.
    • The heart-throb's reluctance to commit to marriage plans can't have helped matters, recently revealing he doesn't believe he has any ‘moral obligation’ to settle down and have a family.
    • For a spell in the early 1970s he was one of the world's biggest heart-throbs, but then it went depressingly wrong.
    • The ‘Vietnam film’ corner - bullet casings, camouflage nets - sits among full size cut-outs of obscure Hungarian heart-throbs.
    • Most actors would be pleased enough - no, absolutely thrilled - to be cast as a heart-throb in one of the biggest trilogies in cinema history.
    • So how does a loving father tell two pre-teen girls they'll be meeting a quartet of British heart-throbs?
    • Female jaws hit the floor, and a heart-throb was born.
    • Julie's love for the snake-hipped heart-throb began when she was just six-years-old and watched all of his film with her nan.
    • In his imagination, he is a Hollywood film star and romantic heart-throb, in reality he's a pathetic third rate cabaret act.
    • ‘And now at seventeen, I'm a heart-throb, sex symbol, and plastered all over every girl's wall,’ Osamu said with disgust.
    • A handful of dedicated fans arrived at the Trafford Centre the night before to make sure they were at the front of the queue to see their heart-throbs.
    • The 20-year-old actress is thrilled to be starring alongside the English heart-throb, whose rough and ready look is perfect for the country squire..
    • Kay's calendar was the bestseller of the festive season at entertainment chain store HMV, outselling the more established beauties and heart-throbs by a large margin.
    • Henderson has the kind of looks - and talent - that would earn him a place as a heart-throb in a minor soap, but he's obviously not a leading man.
    • Although some have worked extensively in front of the cameras, none is handsome or beautiful enough to be chosen to play the heart-throb, nor quirky enough to be the wisecracking best-friend, nor ugly enough to be the gargoyle.
    • To the women on Teesside he was a heart-throb, a pin-up, while the men of Middlesbrough admired him from the outset for his passion, the hunger with which he played, even his recklessness.
    • The former Wimbledon champion, heart-throb, wannabe rock star and the man who made the first ascent through the crowd on Centre Court, is the most astonishing interviewee I have encountered: he is both delightful and quite terrifying.