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Spanish translation of “pure”

pure

adjective /ˈpjuə/
not mixed with anything especially dirty or less valuable
puro
pure gold.
clean, especially morally
puro
pure thoughts.
complete; absolute
puro, completo
a pure accident.
(of sounds) clear; keeping in tune
límpido
She sang in a high pure tone.
purely adverb
puramente
The mistake was purely accidental.
pureness noun
pureza
purity noun
pureza
purify /-fai/ verb (past tense, past participle purified) to make pure
purificar
What is the best way to purify the air?
purification /-fi-/ noun
purificación
pure-blooded adjective of unmixed race
de raza pura
a pure-blooded Englishman.
pure-bred adjective (of animals) of unmixed breed; thoroughbred
de raza, de pura sangre
a pure-bred Arab horse.
pure and simple (used after a noun) nothing but
puro y simple
It was an accident pure and simple.
(Definition of pure from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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