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Your a cutie in spanish

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By using our site, you acknowledge that you have read and understand our Cookie PolicyPrivacy Policyand our Terms of Service. Suppose you see a mother with a laughing little 2-year-old. In English, we might exclaim, "how cute! I've had trouble saying this in Spanish. The word "cute" means something like "beautiful", but it has a sense of smallness and playfulness and affection.

It can be used for an adult; I might call my Your a cutie in spanish "cute" if she's doing something silly, but in serious moments I would say something more like "beautiful". I've asked a couple of Spanish speakers for a Spanish equivalent for "cute", and I've looked online, but I'm not sure if any of these fit:.

All the words you provide might fit at different levels of "beautiful". Personally, I would translate "cute" as "mono" or "rico" but never as "mono rico". You can check the first definition of mono and the seventh of rico. They both mean, specially for children, beautiful and funny.

I'm in Texas, and so mostly speak with people from Mexico. I think this word is pretty safe, since it doesn't have other meanings, like monkey.

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I've always been scared to use that particular expression as a non-native speaker. Guapo means handsome, but here in spain, if you say: First you should be aware that a lot of words in Spanish have different meanings from country to country, even on different regions on the same country.

So if you want to be sure you should say. This would be a neutral and correct way to express How cute! I live in a region of Texas where mostly everyone speaks "Tex Mex". When we are trying to say "how cute! En Colombia we might use the word: Lindo o bello would be extraordinarily beautiful, bonito would a softer beauty By clicking "Post Your Answer", you acknowledge that you have read our updated terms of serviceprivacy policy and cookie policyand that your continued use of the website is subject to these policies.

Your a cutie in spanish

Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. I've asked a couple of Spanish speakers for a Spanish equivalent for "cute", and I've looked online, but I'm not sure if any of these fit: How would you say that a child is "cute" in Spanish? Nathan Long 1 3 9. In Mexico I always notice precioso for this usage where English would have cute.

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