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Spanish translation of “docile”

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.
(Definition of docile from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)

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