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deliberate

adjective /diˈlibərət/
intentional and not by accident
deliberado, intencionado
That was a deliberate foul by the Arsenal player.
cautious and not hurried
pausado, lento
He had a very deliberate way of walking.
deliberately /-rət-/ adverb on purpose
deliberadamente, a propósito
You did that deliberately!
carefully and without hurrying
pausadamente
He spoke quietly and deliberately.
(Definition of deliberate from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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