What does assez mean in music?

What does assez mean in music?

to a sufficient or moderate extent

How do you use the word assez in a sentence?

Examples and resources

  1. Elle ne court pas assez vite. She doesn’t run fast enough.
  2. Je n’ai pas assez de lait. I don’t have enough milk.
  3. Ils n’ont pas assez d’argent. They don’t have enough money.
  4. Il n’est pas assez grand. He’s not tall enough.

What’s the opposite of pretty?

What is the opposite of pretty?

ugly unattractive
uncomely uncute
unhandsome unlovely
unpleasing unpretty
unshapely disgusting

What is a better word than pretty?

SYNONYMS. attractive, lovely, good-looking, nice-looking, fetching, prepossessing, appealing, charming, delightful, nice, engaging, pleasing. darling, sweet, dear, adorable, lovable. winning, winsome, cute, as pretty as a picture, dainty, graceful.

Is you look nice a compliment?

When it comes to compliments about someone’s looks, “you look great” and “you’re gorgeous” are pretty fail-proof. Or, better yet, compliment something else. It’s nice to be reminded you’re more than an object and have focus removed from the aspect yourself that often receives the most focus.

What means pretty?

pleasing or attractive to the eye, as by delicacy or gracefulness: a pretty face. (of things, places, etc.) pleasing to the eye, especially without grandeur.

What is very pretty?

If you describe someone as pretty, you mean that they are attractive. She’s a very charming and very pretty girl. Synonyms: attractive, appealing, beautiful, sweet More Synonyms of pretty. prettily (prɪtɪli ) adverb.

What are the two meanings of pretty?

1a : artful, clever. b : pat, apt. 2a : pleasing by delicacy or grace. b : having conventionally accepted elements of beauty. c : appearing or sounding pleasant or nice but lacking strength, force, manliness, purpose, or intensity pretty words that make no sense— Elizabeth B.

Where do we use pretty?

We can use pretty as an adverb, before an adjective or another adverb, meaning ‘quite, but not extremely’. It is informal: I’m pretty sure we’ve met before.