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Que a categoria em ENGLISH - ETYMOLOGY
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English - Etymology

From Middle English _bewteful_, _beautefull_ (“attractive to the eye, beautiful”), equivalent to _beauty_ +‎ _-ful_. Displaced earlier _sheen_ (from Middle English _schene_ (“beautiful”), from Old English _scīene_ (“beautiful”)), Middle English _wliti_ (“beautiful”), from Old English _wlitiġ_ (“beautiful”).

From Middle English bewteful, beautefull (attractive to the eye, beautiful), equivalent to beauty +‎ -ful. Displaced earlier sheen (from Middle English schene (beautiful), from Old English scīene (beautiful)), Middle English wliti (beautiful), from Old English wlitiġ (beautiful).

Que a categoria em ENGLISH - PRONUNCIATION
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English - Pronunciation

* enPR: byo͞oʹtĭ-fəl, IPA(key): [ˈbjuːtɪfəɫ] * Hyphenation: beau‧ti‧ful

  • enPR: byo͞oʹtĭ-fəl, IPA(key): [ˈbjuːtɪfəɫ]
  • Hyphenation: beau‧ti‧ful

Que a categoria em ENGLISH - ADJECTIVE
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English - Adjective

BEAUTIFUL (_comparative_ MORE BEAUTIFUL, _superlative_ MOST BEAUTIFUL) * Attractive and possessing charm. _Anyone who has ever met her thought she was absolutely BEAUTIFUL._ _There's a BEAUTIFUL lake by the town._ * (of the weather) Pleasant; clear. _It's BEAUTIFUL outside, let's go for a walk._ * Well executed. _The skater performed a BEAUTIFUL axel._ * (_as a pro-sentence_) How beautiful that is! _BEAUTIFUL! What a catch!_ (referring to an athlete catching a ball) * (_as a pro-sentence; ironic_) How unfortunate that is! _BEAUTIFUL! I dropped the soup on the floor!_ USAGE NOTES The comparatives BEAUTIFULER and BEAUTIFULLER, and the superlatives BEAUTIFULEST and BEAUTIFULLEST have also occasionally been used, but are considered dated or obsolete. SYNONYMS * (possessing charm and attractive): beauteous, attractive, cute, fair, good-looking, gorgeous, sheen, handsome, hot (slang), lovely, nice-looking, pretty, shapely, fit (slang) * (of the weather): clear, fine, nice, pleasant, sunny * (well executed): excellent, exceptional, good, great, marvellous/marvelous, perfect, stylish, wonderful * (ironic: how unfortunate): great, marvellous/marvelous, nice, very nice, wonderful (_any of these can be prefixed with an intensifier such as_ bloody, damned _or_ just) * See also Wikisaurus:beautiful ANTONYMS * (possessing charm and attractive): grotesque, hideous, homely, plain, misshapen, repulsive, ugly; unbeautiful * (of the weather): bad, cloudy, dull, miserable, overcast, rainy, wet * (well executed): average, bad, mediocre, poor, shoddy, substandard, terrible, weak DERIVED TERMS * beautiful armadillo * beautiful game * beautiful people * beautifully * beautifulness RELATED TERMS * beauty * See also Wikisaurus:beautiful woman TRANSLATIONS

beautiful (comparative more beautiful, superlative most beautiful)

  1. Attractive and possessing charm.
    Anyone who has ever met her thought she was absolutely beautiful.
    There's a beautiful lake by the town.
  2. (of the weather) Pleasant; clear.
    It's beautiful outside, let's go for a walk.
  3. Well executed.
    The skater performed a beautiful axel.
  4. (as a pro-sentence) How beautiful that is!
    Beautiful! What a catch! (referring to an athlete catching a ball)
  5. (as a pro-sentence; ironic) How unfortunate that is!
    Beautiful! I dropped the soup on the floor!

Usage notes

The comparatives beautifuler and beautifuller, and the superlatives beautifulest and beautifullest have also occasionally been used, but are considered dated or obsolete.

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