listen to the pronunciation of beau
Englisch - Türkisch

Çeviriler sevgililer gibidir.Güzel olanlar sadık değildir ve sadık olanlar güzel değildir. - Translations are like lovers- the beautiful ones are never faithful, and the faithful ones are never beautiful.


Tom, güzel bir Alman kızına âşık oldu. - Tom fell in love with a beautiful German girl.

Tom tanıştığı her güzel kıza aşık olur. - Tom falls in love with every beautiful girl he meets.

züppe erkek
{ç} --s/--x (boz)
{i} aşık

O güzel bir prensese aşık oldu. - He fell in love with a beautiful princess.

Tom, güzel bir Alman kızına âşık oldu. - Tom fell in love with a beautiful German girl.

{i} züppe
modacı/erkek arkadaş
{i} (kadına) âşık erkek, âşık, sevgili
{i} şık erkek
şık giyinen adam
beau geste
ideal güzellik
beau monde
yüksek sosyete
beau ideal
ideal güzellik
beau ideal
Englisch - Englisch
A male given name used since mid-twentieth century

'Well, there's Robert Edward Lee ', observed Tommy. 'And while I'm not trying to lessen Old Beau's reputation, my first son is going to be named Bob Lee Wellburn.'.

A male escort
A man with a reputation for fine dress and etiquette; a dandy or fop

Oh! dear! one never thinks of married mens’sic] being beaux—they have something else to do.”.

A male lover; a boyfriend

Kristin Davis has taken time out to enjoy the surf and sand with her Australian beau, photographer Russell James.

an escort or lover
{n} a man of dress, coxcomb, sop
used since mid-twentieth century, from the word beau
A woman's beau is her boyfriend or lover. = suitor
a man who is much concerned with his dress and appearance
a man who is the lover of a girl or young woman; "if I'd known he was her boyfriend I wouldn't have asked"
A man who escorts, or pays attentions to, a lady; an escort; a lover
A man who takes great care to dress in the latest fashion; a dandy
A man with a reputation for fine dress and etiquette; a dandy
{i} lover, young man courting a woman, suitor
beau geste
A gracious gesture, noble in form but often futile or meaningless in substance
beau ideal
Nonstandard spelling of beau idéal
beau idéal
An emulable eidolon embodying excellence in a particular respect.The Concise Oxford English Dictionary
beau monde
The fashionable part of society
beau sabreur
A gallant warrior; a handsome or dashing adventurer
beau geste
(plural beaux gestes pronunciation same) a noble and generous act
Beau Brummel
George Bryan Brummel (1778-1840), British man who revolutionized men's fashions to include clothing of a simpler cut and fancy neckties; informal term for a fop or a dandy
Beau Brummell
an English dandy (=a man who is very interested in clothes and likes to be very fashionable) , who was a friend of George IV before George became king (1778-1840). orig. George Bryan born June 7, 1778, London, Eng. died March 30, 1840, Caen, France English dandy. The son of Lord North's private secretary, he attended Oxford and became famous for his dress and wit as well as for his friendship with George, prince of Wales (later King George IV). The leader of English fashion of his time, he had by 1816 exhausted his inherited fortune on gambling and extravagance, and his sharp tongue had alienated his patron. He fled to Calais, France to avoid his creditors and struggled for 14 years before becoming British consul at Caen (1830-32). In 1835 his friends rescued him from debtor's prison, but he soon lost all interest in his personal appearance, and he spent his final years in a charitable asylum
beau geste
a gracious (but usually meaningless) gesture
beau ideal
A conception or image of consummate beauty, moral or physical, formed in the mind, free from all the deformities, defects, and blemishes seen in actual existence; an ideal or faultless standard or model
beau monde
world of fashion and high society (French)
beau monde
The fashionable world; people of fashion and gayety
plural of beau
A plural of beau
plural of beau
of Beau