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What does this mean:
Sie sind sehr hubsch.

  • german - ,

    You are very good-looking.

    There should be an umlaut over the u in "hubsch". It means various degrees of "good-looking" or "nice", applied to a person.
    for some synonyms.

    I question whether the formal "Sie" would be used with such a flattering statement. Perhaps in some cases and places, as a "pickup line".

  • german - ,

    [german] Sie sind sehr hübsch. = [en] You (formal) are very beautiful.

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