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Translation of "dainty" - English-Spanish dictionary

dainty

adjective /ˈdeinti/ ( comparative daintier, superlative daintiest)
small or fragile and attractive fino, delicado a dainty little girl.
daintily adverb
delicadamente She moved daintily about the room.
daintiness noun
delicadeza For such a tall woman, she moved with remarkable daintiness.
(Definition of dainty from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “dainty”
in Vietnamese dễ thương…
in Malaysian ayu…
in Thai งดงาม…
in French mignon…
in German zierlich…
in Chinese (Simplified) 小巧玲珑的,娇小的,小巧精美的…
in Turkish küçük, zarif, çekici…
in Russian изящный, изысканный…
in Indonesian mungil…
in Chinese (Traditional) 小巧玲瓏的,嬌小的,小巧精美的…
in Polish słodki…
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