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Spanish translation of “mellow”


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

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