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Translation of "docile" - English-Spanish dictionary

docile

adjective /ˈdəusail, (American) ˈdosl/
(of a person or animal) quiet and easy to manage dócil, manso a docile child/pony. docilely adverb dócilmente She docilely accepted her punishment. docility /douˈsiliti/ noun docilidad The docility of the children surprised her.
Translations of “docile”
in Vietnamese dẽ bảo…
in Thai ว่านอนสอนง่าย…
in Malaysian patuh…
in French docile…
in German fügsam…
in Chinese (Traditional) 溫和的, 溫順的,馴服的, 易控制的…
in Indonesian penurut…
in Russian послушный…
in Turkish halim selim, yumuşak başlı, uysal…
in Chinese (Simplified) 温和的, 温顺的,驯服的, 易控制的…
in Polish uległy, potulny…
(Definition of docile from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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