English to Welsh Meaning :: pretty

Pretty :
'n bert
- 'n bertprettiesprettying

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Adjective(1) pleasing by delicacy or grace; not imposing(2) (used ironically
Adverb(1) to certain extent or degree

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(1) The guy gave in; he couldn't say no to that pretty girl in the nice dress.(2) It is a good vintage and the prices are pretty reasonable in comparison to the 2000.(3) The game began and for thirty minutes it wasn't a pretty affair by any stretch of the imagination.(4) Well, just as the person was beginning to do that, a pretty woman walks by and the guard looks at her and waves the guy on.(5) It was a computerised person, a pretty female with a high pitched, girl voice.(6) It was a pretty bad injury, and it was pouring blood onto the already stained carpet.(7) We were both in pretty bad situations to have started a serious relationship.(8) She was around twelve, a fair pretty girl with coffee hair and soft hazel eyes.(9) This was far from a pretty affair; in fact it was downright ugly.(10) The government plans to make students pay more for their education, but the price tag for a degree is already pretty hefty.(11) If he hadn't known her there was no cheating, just him being a man attracted to a pretty woman.(12) People always look at pretty women as not very smart, so you have to do double to prove them wrong.(13) She was very shy and she didn't understand what a lovely, pretty girl she was.(14) She was pretty , in a delicate sort of way, but there was something earthy about her.(15) Funny, she thought, his injuries looked pretty bad just ten minutes ago.(16) Yes, I think, if you are out in the country in England you can get some pretty bad food.
Related Words
(1) pretty good ::
'n bert da
1. attractive ::
2. lovely ::
3. good-looking ::
4. nice-looking ::
'n glws-edrych
5. personable ::
6. fetching ::
7. prepossessing ::
8. appealing ::
9. charming ::
10. delightful ::
11. cute ::
12. as pretty as a picture ::
mor bert ag y llun
13. bonny ::
14. easy on the eye ::
hawdd ar y llygad
15. beauteous ::
16. fair ::
17. comely ::
18. quite ::
19. rather ::
yn hytrach
20. somewhat ::
21. fairly ::
yn deg
24. relatively ::
25. beautify ::
26. make attractive ::
gwneud yn ddeniadol
27. make pretty ::
gwneud 'n bert
28. prettify ::
29. adorn ::
30. ornament ::
31. smarten ::
32. do oneself up ::
gwneud eich hun i fyny
33. titivate ::
1. unpalatable ::
2. unpleasant ::
Different Forms
pretties, pretty, prettying
Word Example from TV Shows

The best way to learn proper English is to read news report, and watch news on TV. Watching TV shows is a great way to learn casual English, slang words, understand culture reference and humor. If you have already watched these shows then you may recall the words used in the following dialogs.

to wear those pretty dresses,

to wear those PRETTY dresses,

Game of Thrones Season 7, Episode 6

but is there a wedding ring
under those pretty rubber gloves?

but is there a wedding ring under those PRETTY rubber gloves?

The Big Bang Theory Season 10, Episode 8

Pretty clear. Heh.

Pretty clear. Heh.

The Big Bang Theory Season 6, Episode 1

Think I played that
pretty well.

Think I played that PRETTY well.

The Big Bang Theory Season 5, Episode 23

Well, they\'re pretty tasty.

Well, they're PRETTY tasty.

The Big Bang Theory Season 3, Episode 1

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