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Translation of "humble" - English-Spanish dictionary

humble

adjective   /ˈhʌm·bl/
not proud, or not believing that you are important humilde He’s very humble about his success.
humbly adverb /ˈhʌm·bli/
con humildad
(Definition of humble from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

humble

adjective /ˈhambl/
not having a high opinion of oneself etc humilde You have plenty of ability but you’re too humble.
unimportant; having a low position in society etc humilde, modesto a man of humble origins.
humbly adverb
humildemente He humbly apologized for his mistake.
humbleness noun
humildad
see also humility.
(Definition of humble from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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