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Translation of "delicate" - English-Spanish dictionary

delicate

adjective   /ˈdel·ɪ·kət/
easy to damage or break delicado a delicate shell
soft, light, or gentle suave a delicate shade of pink
(Definition of delicate from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

delicate

adjective /ˈdelikət/
requiring special treatment or careful handling delicado, frágil delicate china a delicate situation/problem.
of fine texture etc; dainty delicado a delicate pattern the delicate skin of a child.
able to do fine, accurate work delicado a delicate instrument.
subtle suave, delicado This cheese has a delicate taste a delicate shade of blue.
delicately adverb
delicadamente The differing flavours/flavors of the dish were delicately balanced.
delicacy noun ( plural delicacies)
something delicious and special to eat manjar, exquisitez Caviar is a delicacy.
the state or quality of being delicate delicadeza She was aware of the delicacy of the situation.
(Definition of delicate from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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