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bonito inglés:

1. pretty pretty


She's pretty.
I had never eaten any kind of Thai food, so I was pretty excited about going to a Thai restaurant with my grandmother.
You're pretty calm cool and collected for somebody who has a major presentation tomorrow.
If you buddy up to everybody and anybody, pretty soon people will think you're just a people-pleaser.
He's a financial analyst with a pretty good reputation for his analysis of economic trends.
The first time, I spoke pretty much no Chinese at all, and didn't understand China's conventions and customs.
My haircut only cost 1,000 yen. That's pretty rare these days. He probably didn't have a license.
I guess my view on friendship is pretty bleak because I've never really had to rely on anyone for anything.
What're you doing? "The household books. Our finances are pretty tight so we have to do things properly."
Pretty soon we'd better wrap up this break and get back to work.
Pretty soon along came to the village some strangely dressed people who called themselves surveyors; and they surveyed a line in front of my grandmother's little house.
If you go drinking with Tom, be prepared to listen to some pretty outlandish cock and bull stories.
Pretty soon, there was an elevated train going back and forth just above the small village.
Any man who can drive safely while kissing a pretty lady is simply not giving the kiss the attention it deserves.
It's geared pretty much towards real fighting isn't it? Apart from the eyes, crotch, and attacks against fallen opponents just about anything goes ...

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