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clement

adjective /ˈklemənt/
(formal ) (of weather etc) mild The weather is remarkably clement for the time of year. (formal) merciful
clemente
the unusually clement attitude of the authorities.
clemency noun
clemencia
She urged the president to display clemency toward her son and release him from detention.
Translations of “clement”
in French clément…
in German mild, nachsichtig…
in Chinese (Traditional) (指天氣)溫和的,宜人的…
in Chinese (Simplified) (指天气)温和的,宜人的…
(Definition of clement from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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