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Spanish translation of “decent”

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decent

adjective /ˈdiːsnt/
fairly good; of fairly good quality
decente
a decent standard of living.
kindly, tolerant or likeable
amable
He’s a decent enough fellow.
not vulgar or immoral; modest
decente
Keep your language decent!
decency noun (the general idea of) what is proper, fitting, moral etc; the quality or act of being decent
decencia, decoro
In the interests of decency, we have banned nude bathing He had the decency to admit that it was his fault.
decently adverb in a manner acceptable to the general idea of what is proper or suitable
decentemente
You’re not going out unless you’re decently dressed.
(Definition of decent from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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