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mellow

adjective /ˈmeləu/
(of character) made softer and more mature, relaxed etc by age and/or experience
sosegado, sereno
Her personality became more mellow as middle age approached.
(of sound, colour/color, light etc) soft, not strong or unpleasant The lamplight was soft and mellow. (of wine, cheese etc) kept until the flavour has developed fully
añejo
a mellow burgundy.
mellowness noun
suavidad
the mellowness of the music.
(Definition of mellow from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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