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Translation of "mild" - English-Spanish dictionary

mild

adjective   /maɪld/
B1 If the weather in winter is mild, it is not cold. templado
Mild food does not have a strong taste. suave a mild curry mild salsa →  Opposite hot
mildness noun [no plural]   /ˈmaɪld·nəs/
suavidad mildness of manner
(Definition of mild from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

mild

adjective /maild/
(of a person or his personality) gentle in temper or behaviour/behavior apacible, afable, dulce He has such a mild temper.
(of punishment etc) not severe ligero, leve a mild sentence.
(of weather especially if not in summer) not cold; rather warm benigno, suave, templado a mild spring day.
(of spices, spiced foods etc) not hot suave a mild curry.
mildly adverb
ligeramente He was mildly offended by the remark.
mildness noun
suavidad, apacibilidad, levedad
(Definition of mild from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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