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Translation of "intimate" - English-Spanish dictionary

intimate

adjective /ˈintimət/
close and affectionate
íntimo
intimate friends.
private or personal
íntimo, privado, personal
the intimate details of his private life.
(of knowledge of a subject) deep and thorough
profundo
She has an intimate knowledge of database design.
intimation /-ˈmei-/ noun
indicación, insinuación
intimacy /-məsi/ noun ( plural intimacies) the quality of being intimate
intimidad
sexual intimacy.
close friendship.
amistad íntima
intimately /-mət-/ adverb
íntimamente
She denied knowing him intimately.
(Definition of intimate from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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