Meaning of flirty in English:


Pronunciation /ˈfləːti/

Translate flirty into Spanish

adjectiveadjective flirtier, adjective flirtiest

  • Suggesting or expressing a playful sexual attraction.

    ‘she is extremely flirty and vivacious’
    • ‘dates full of flirty banter’
    • ‘She looped an arm through his free arm with a flirty smile.’
    • ‘It will be a kind of a whimsical, flirty date movie.’
    • ‘Capture this look in flirty two-piece gowns in your favorite shade.’
    • ‘If I have a boyfriend, he'll probably get mad at my flirty side.’
    • ‘He had always been a nice guy, but I didn't know why he had been acting so flirty lately.’
    • ‘She nearly walked by and saw you being all flirty with her boyfriend!’
    • ‘I think we're on our way to making the subway the flirtiest place in the city.’
    • ‘Even the flirtiest girls sensed his undesirability, as though all at once his clothes were jive: T-shirt too white and pants too pressed.’
    • ‘He fares well enough during his flirty scenes with Maureen O'Hara and never gets in the way of the film's energetic spirit.’
    • ‘Inspired by his images of the French Riviera, she shifted from soft, flirty summer dresses to hard-edged pieces like her black jersey tank and white skirt.’