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Translation of "lenient" - English-Spanish dictionary

lenient

adjective   /ˈliːn·i·ənt/
A lenient punishment is not severe. indulgente, poco severo He asked the judge to pass a lenient sentence.
leniently adverb /ˈliːn·i·ənt·li/
con indulgencia
(Definition of lenient from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

lenient

adjective /ˈliːniənt/
merciful or punishing only lightly clemente, indulgente, tolerante He’s much too lenient when the children are being naughty.
leniently adverb
con clemencia Many people think that the courts deal with criminals much too lightly.
lenience noun ( leniency)
clemencia, indulgencia, tolerancia
(Definition of lenient from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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