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Spanish translation of “coward”

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coward

noun /ˈkauəd/
a person who shows fear easily or is easily frightened
cobarde, miedica, cagado
I am such a coward – I hate going to the dentist.
cowardly adjective
cobarde
a cowardly act.
cowardice /-dis/ noun
cobardía
He was accused of cowardice.
cowardliness noun
cobardía
Such cowardliness is hard to forgive.
Translations of “coward”
in Korean 겁쟁이…
in Arabic جَبان…
in French poltron/-onne…
in Italian codardo, -a, vigliacco…
in Chinese (Traditional) 膽小鬼,懦夫…
in Russian трус…
in Turkish korkak, tabansız, ödlek…
in Polish tchórz…
in Portuguese covarde…
in German der Feigling…
in Catalan covard, -a…
in Japanese おく病者…
in Chinese (Simplified) 胆小鬼,懦夫…
(Definition of coward from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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