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Translation of "gentle" - English-Spanish dictionary

gentle

adjective   /ˈdʒen·tl/
B1 kind and careful not to hurt or upset anyone suave, dulce My mother was such a gentle, loving person.
B1 not strong or unpleasant suave, delicado a gentle breeze
gently adverb /ˈdʒen·tli/
con delicadeza He gently stroked her cheek.
(Definition of gentle from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

gentle

adjective /ˈdʒentl/
(of people) behaving, talking etc in a mild, kindly, pleasant way amable, dulce a gentle old lady The doctor was very gentle.
not strong or rough suave; ligero a gentle breeze.
(of hills) rising gradually suave; gradual a gentle slope.
gentleness noun
suavidad, dulzura, amabilidad the gentleness of her nature
gently adverb
suavemente, dulcemente, amablemente, tiernamente She kissed him gently.
(Definition of gentle from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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