English vocabulary and translations (See all)
an innuendo: a hint, an implication, an insinuation, a reference, a suggestion
to make innuendos to make a suggestive remark
UK: Don't believe what the media reports, it's only rumours and innuendo.
US: He made several impolite innuendos regarding my past.
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- "Not only was he obnoxious and rude, but he also made several sexual innuendos before telling me that Delavigne had 'no need' for the Perfume Hut."
- "I am telling you to your face Philip, with Luna as my witness, that I don't appreciate your sexual innuendos and your constant comments on me, my body, and my clothes!"
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