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Translation of "polite" - English-Spanish dictionary

polite

adjective   /pəˈlaɪt/
A2 behaving in a way that is not rude and shows that you think about other people educado, atento, correcto She was too polite to point out my mistake.
politely adverb /pəˈlaɪt·li/
B1 cortésmente, correctamente He thanked them politely.
politeness noun [no plural] /pəˈlaɪt·nəs/
cortesía We were impressed by their politeness.
(Definition of polite from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

polite

adjective /pəˈlait/
having or showing good manners; courteous educado a polite child a polite apology.
politely adverb
educadamente He politely opened the door for her.
politeness noun
educación
(Definition of polite from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “polite”
in Korean 공손한, 예의바른…
in Arabic مُؤَدَّب…
in Malaysian sopan…
in French poli…
in Russian вежливый…
in Chinese (Traditional) 有禮貌的, 斯文的,文雅的…
in Italian educato, cortese…
in Turkish kibar, nazik, terbiyeli…
in Polish uprzejmy, grzeczny…
in Vietnamese lịch sự…
in Portuguese educado, atencioso…
in Thai สุภาพ…
in German höflich…
in Catalan educat, atent, correcte…
in Japanese 礼儀正しい, 丁寧な…
in Chinese (Simplified) 有礼貌的, 斯文的,文雅的…
in Indonesian sopan…
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