Definición de cuteness en inglés


Pronunciación /ˈkyo͞otnəs/ /ˈkjutnəs/


  • 1The quality of being attractive in a pretty or endearing way.

    ‘the innocence, exuberance, and overall cuteness of all these children’
    • ‘The show rode solely on the shoulders of its child star's indomitable cuteness.’
    • ‘The studio couldn't possibly have further ratcheted up the cuteness level of the movie.’
    • ‘There is no 'quirky' suburban cuteness here.’
    • ‘I love everything about them: their cuteness, their innocence, their clothes.’
    • ‘For all its cuteness, this is definitely not a comic for children.’
    • ‘The young actress, as the kidnapped girl, has an endearing mix of cuteness and sincerity.’
    • ‘No one can accuse him of having cast these kids for their cuteness of speech or appearance.’
    • ‘Movies about children always run the risk of cuteness, because kids often play to the camera with little self-consciousness.’
    • ‘In place of a legitimate storyline, the picture relies on the cuteness of its pint-sized stars and the charisma of its star to carry the movie.’
    • ‘The dog is cute, but the film relies rather too heavily on his cuteness.’
    1. 1.1Norteamericano coloquial The quality of being sexually attractive.
      ‘this actress has cuteness written all over her face’
      • ‘The musician was "a geek you could get wasted with, a shy guy whose cuteness cried out for mothering, an arty weirdo with a common touch."’
      • ‘This is no novelty act, playing half-assed rock and getting by on cuteness alone.’
      • ‘Interestingly, most of the chat room discussions focus on his cuteness, and most of the Web sites focus on her sexuality.’
      • ‘Able to use their cuteness to their advantage, they had the crowd eating out of their hands.’
      • ‘Her overbearing cuteness both charms and annoys her friends.’
      • ‘Her direct, active and assertive engagement with the camera was shocking in a land where schoolgirlish giggling and "cuteness" were considered most arousing to men of all ages.’
      • ‘The band's cuteness factor is off the charts, but it feels sort of self-designed, unoriginal and lame.’
      • ‘The artist's first American show plumbed the art world's bottomless fascination with cuteness, female sexuality and Freud.’
      • ‘I saw him as the emcee in Cabaret, and not only does he have cuteness and comic timing going for him, but his German accent is very sophisticated.’
      • ‘Don't act like your scene lacks a contingent of people barely into music, who instead relish a band's "hotness" or "cuteness."’