pretty en Inglés
adv. moderately, quite, rather; to some extent, relatively; very, extremely (Informal)
v. beautify, improve the appearance of something
The fish there is one of the tastiest kinds I have ever tried, you are eating the fish pretty much moments after it has been caught by the local fishermen.
Of course, this is done normally when things are very serious and you are pretty much sure you want to marry that girl.
"Servilia, you are not just another pretty face," he would whisper in my ear.
“You are pretty strong, anyway?”
“It must be a very pretty dance,” said Alice timidly.
Are the dresses pretty?
“I want her to play with me,” said the little bandit. “She will give me her sleeve warmer and her pretty dress, and will sleep with me in my bed.”
“Is it true,” she asked it, “that you have taken my friend Kay? I will give you my pretty red goatskin shoes, if you give him back to me.”
“Ah, these are pretty expensive!” he muttered. “More than a thousand pounds each; not to mention they cramp my feet!”
Cedric seemed to find that it was pretty much the right word for the situation.
1. pleasant: excellent, delightful, fine, cheerful, splendid
2. attractive: lovely, beautiful, comely, fair, pleasing
3. considerable: ample, notable, large
4. somewhat: fairly, rather, moderately, tolerably, to some extent