simpático translation | Spanish-English dictionary

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simpático

  
      adj  
1    (=afectuoso)  
[persona]  
nice, pleasant, likeable  
[ambiente]  
congenial, pleasant  
¡qué policía más simpático!      what a nice policeman!  
estuvo muy simpática con todos      she was very nice to everybody  
los cubanos son muy simpáticos      Cubans are very nice o friendly people  
no le hemos caído muy simpáticos      she didn't really take to us, she didn't really like us  
siempre procura hacerse el simpático      he's always trying to ingratiate himself  
me cae simpático      I think he's nice, I like him  
me es simpático ese muchacho      I like that lad  
2      (Anat, Med)   sympathetic
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
me es simpático ese muchacho exp.
I like that lad

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Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
exp.
what a nice policeman!
exp.
I think he's nice
exp.
I like him
exp.
he seems like a nice guy to me
exp.
to look friendly
exp.
he's always trying to ingratiate himself
exp.
Cubans are very nice {o} friendly people
exp.
she didn't really take to us
exp.
she didn't really like us
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'simpático' also found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
adj.
simpático
adj.
simpático
exp.
¡qué simpático!
[Iron.]
exp.
es agradable {or} simpático {or} amable
exp.
hombre simpático donde los haya {or} si los hay
exp.
Francis me cae muy bien {or} me parece muy simpático {or} agradable
exp.
es muy simpático
exp.
no me resulta simpático
exp.
no me resultó simpático
exp.
para policía es muy simpático
"simpático": examples and translations in context
Si fuera simpático contigo, no tendrías oportunidad. If he were nice to you, You wouldn't have a prayer.
Qué simpático su jefe al decirnos dónde podíamos encontrarlas. - Nice of your boss to tell us where we could find you.
Es simpático y adorable cuando llegas a conocerle. Oh, he's friendly and adorable when you get to know him.
- Es Dagwood Dusseldorf, nuestro simpático oficial que sube la moral del vecindario. That's Dagwood Dusseldorf, our friendly neighborhood morale officer.
Armado o no, será difícil pintarlo como simpático. Armed or not, it will be difficult to paint him as sympathetic.
En la obra de Hamilton Deane, el monstruo cae simpático. The monster, as portrayed by Hamilton Deane in this play, was sympathetic.
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