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Spanish translation of “quaint”

quaint

adjective /kweint/
pleasantly odd or strange, especially because of being old-fashioned
raro, singular; pintoresco
quaint customs.
quaintly adverb
de forma rara/singular; de forma pintoresca
She quaintly insisted on referring to their son as ’the young Master Peter’.
quaintness noun
rareza, singularidad; carácter pintoresco
(Definition of quaint from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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