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Pretty (boy) in Spanish 🇪🇸

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pretty (boy) lindo
How to say “pretty (boy)” in Spanish? “Lindo”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “lindo” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on pretty (boy) in Spanish like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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To remember the word “lindo,” you could create an association with the English word “lovely,” as they both start with the letter “L” and have a positive connotation related to beauty or attractiveness.

“Lindo” can be used to describe something or someone that is attractive or pleasing to look at, not just physically beautiful but also carries a connotation of being endearing or charming.

Other Spanish words that convey similar meanings include:
– Bonito/Bonita: Pretty, or nice-looking.
– Hermoso/Hermosa: Beautiful or handsome, often used for more striking or profound beauty.
– Guapo/Guapa: Often used to refer to good-looking men or women, similar to “handsome” or “pretty.”
– Bello/Bella: Beautiful, with a connotation of classic or refined beauty.
– Atractivo/Atractiva: Attractive.
– Encantador/Encantadora: Charming.

“Lindo” can also be used in a more colloquial sense, equating to terms like ‘cute’ or ‘sweet’, especially when talking about children or animals. It can express a sense of affection in addition to attractiveness.

Here are several examples of sentences using “lindo”:
– “El bebé es tan lindo, no puedo dejar de mirarlo.” (The baby is so cute, I can’t stop looking at him.)
– “Qué día más lindo para pasear en el parque.” (What a lovely day to go for a walk in the park.)
– “Ese vestido te queda muy lindo.” (That dress looks very pretty on you.)
– “Adopté un gatito lindo ayer.” (I adopted a cute kitten yesterday.)
– “Tienes un hogar muy lindo, se siente acogedor.” (You have a very lovely home, it feels welcoming.)

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