Translation of distinguished in Spanish:

distinguished

distinguido, adj.

Pronunciation /dəˈstɪŋɡwɪʃt/ /dɪˈstɪŋɡwɪʃt/

Definition of distinguido in Spanish

adjective

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    distinguido
    his grey hair makes him look distinguished el pelo canoso le da un aspecto distinguido
    • As Rick says, the paper now has a distinguished European appearance.
    • True, his facial features are hardly delicate, but his white hair and beard lend him a distinguished, elegant appearance.
    • He's greying, but in a distinguished manner, at the temples and behind the ears.
    • A distinguished looking news anchor appeared onto the screen, his hair as white as the script in his hand.
    • Pietro appeared as a distinguished old man, thin, and well-dressed, even in temperament.
    • He was impressively polished and distinguished looking and I felt as if I were developing a crush.
    • The Princess had a distinguished face, thin and drawn, set off by long black uncombed hair and she wore a long dark gown down to her feet.
    • A goatee instantly adds an air of distinguished maturity to one's appearance.
    • It was large and sprawling with a distinguished statue here and there.
    • He was a distinguished looking gentleman, one of those men whose appearance improves with age and will always have a certain nobility.
    • Iroka could tell by his manner and dress that he was a distinguished businessman.
    • For a more distinguished look, opt for gloves made of sheepskin.
    • "Hello, Matthew, " an equally distinguished looking woman joined the man.