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Translation of "knack" - English-Spanish dictionary

knack

noun [no plural]   /næk/
a special skill, or the ability to use or do something easily habilidad a knack for remembering faces She has the knack of making people feel comfortable.
(Definition of knack from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

knack

noun /nӕk/
the ability to do something skilfully and easily truco, habilidad It took me some time to learn the knack of making pancakes.
(Definition of knack from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “knack”
in Korean 재주…
in Arabic مَهارة, مَوهِبة…
in Malaysian pandai…
in French truc…
in Russian способность, дар…
in Chinese (Traditional) 技能, 本領, 技巧…
in Italian pratica, trucco…
in Turkish hüner, marifet, yetenek…
in Polish talent, dar…
in Vietnamese sở trường…
in Portuguese jeito, traquejo, truque…
in Thai ความสามารถพิเศษ…
in German der Dreh…
in Catalan traça…
in Japanese 特技…
in Chinese (Simplified) 技能, 本领, 技巧…
in Indonesian keahlian…
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