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1(enthusiasm/smile) de chico(enthusiasm/smile) de niñohis boyish looks — su aspecto juvenil / de chico
- His firm handshake, welcoming smile and boyish charm were a winning combination.
- He's 34 but looks years younger, and could certainly give lessons in boyish charm.
- His hair is thinning but he has a boyish smile that makes his age impossible to guess.
- He seems more boyish and youthful than the rather circumspect Sandler.
- Some see him as a man trapped in the boyish Top Gun character that shot him to fame.
- His face was clean of any pimples, and his smile was boyish, but held the promise of maturity.
- He was also able to project a certain amount of boyish charm, at least into the early 1940s.
- She looks much younger and offers a broad, easy smile with a somewhat boyish temperament.
- His innocent boyish face suggests a young, vivid child, a likeable person.
- He truly had grown up, his once boyish features now sculpted to the handsome ones of a young man.
- But, despite my boyish good looks, I'm probably unlikely to be engaged for either role.
- A man of 40 years but with boyish good looks and a floppy fringe tackles the challenge head on.
- The one-time New Glasgow Boy still looks boyish, and I compliment him on this.
- There is a real boyish gusto in his voice when he talks about it.
- It suited her boyish crop of brunette hair and wild, pale blue eyes.
- Feisty and suitably boyish, Toyah's exuberance would have shamed performers half her age.
- His face looks like a boxer's battered glove, crumpled and creased but boyish and mischievous.
- It was his loud argyle socks that revealed the boyish sense of humour behind the staid visage.
- With their floppy haircuts and boyish good looks, they were billed as America's Beatles.
- Yet, each time we encounter sharks, I see his face light up again in a boyish grin.
2(used of woman)de muchachode chicowith her short hair she looks rather boyish — con el pelo corto parece un chico / un varón