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fastidious

adjective /fəˈstidiəs, (American) fa-/
very critical and difficult to please
quisquilloso
She is so fastidious about her food that she will not eat in a restaurant.
fastidiously adverb
de forma quisquillosa
Your tax records need to be fastidiously tidy and in order.
fastidiousness noun
meticulosidad, exigencia
(Definition of fastidious from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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