"Tengo un jefe simpático."
Translation:I have a nice boss.
How about: I have a cool boss?
Or: My boss is really something.
Or maybe: That dude! He is way out there!
Simpático is more in the corner of "likable". Yours would rather be translated as "Tengo un jefe que [me, nos] apoya."
Simpatico to me means attractive/hot/goodlooking im afraid if i say this it will cause a workplace harrassment case lol
The Spanish Dictionary / Translator app tells me that simpático can be translated to English as: Adjective: sympathetic , friendly , nice , likeable , charming , pleasant , lovely , congenial , genial , decent
Where did you get your ideas?
Simpático means something like "likable". "Sympathetic" means "showing pity".
No, because 'bien' is an adverb meaning 'well'. You could say 'un buen jefe' though.
I rather think "nice" is too bland to truly translate as "simpático."
Nice is a very ambiguous word. Originally it meant "well it's not good, but it's not horrible, either."
Kind, on the other hand, denotes a measure of compassion.