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Translation of "deft" - English-Spanish dictionary

deft

adjective   /deft/
skilful, clever, or quick hábil, diestro Her movements were deft and quick. She answered the journalist’s questions with a deft touch. He’s very deft at handling awkward situations.2147
deftly adverb   /ˈdeft.li/
hábilmente He deftly (= skilfully) caught the ball.2147
deftness noun [no plural]   /ˈdeft.nəs/
(Definition of deft from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

deft

adjective /deft/
skilful/skillful, quick and neat hábil Tim was praised for his deft handling of the situation.
deftly adverb
con habilidad He deftly skipped past a defender and slid the ball into the net.
deftness noun
habilidad The hunters exhibited considerable deftness with their weapons.
(Definition of deft from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “deft”
in Vietnamese khéo tay…
in Malaysian cekap…
in Thai ซึ่งชำนาญ…
in French adroit…
in German geschickt…
in Chinese (Simplified) 熟练的, 巧妙的, 灵巧的…
in Turkish becerikli, usta, mahir…
in Russian ловкий, проворный…
in Indonesian cekatan…
in Chinese (Traditional) 熟練的, 巧妙的, 靈巧的…
in Polish wprawny, zręczny…
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