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Spanish translation of “obsequious”

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obsequious

adjective /əbˈsiːkwiəs/
too humble or too ready to agree with someone
servil, servicial
He bowed in an obsequious manner.
obsequiously adverb
servilmente
She’s tends to behave rather obsequiously when one of the managers is in the office.
obsequiousness noun
obediencia
(Definition of obsequious from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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