Translation of coquettish in Spanish:


coqueto, adj.

Pronunciation /koʊˈkɛdɪʃ/ /kəˈkɛtɪʃ/

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    • The manual encourages her to face up to the extent of her mendacity and list her lies, an exercise which allows Porter to go through a series of coquettish and flirty set pieces.
    • The bedroom scenes with a playful and coquettish Cariola show the duchess and Antonio's fragile happiness and the sensuality of their love.
    • Benatar had a rough-hewn sexuality; John was coquettish and irksomely cute.
    • Peering out from behind a helmet of black hair, she is stylish but not styled, neither coquettish sex kitten nor guitar-toting tomboy.
    • The star is, on the face of it, a coquettish flirt.