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slender

adjective /ˈslendə/
thin, slim or narrow
delgado, esbelto, fino
Carol has a very slender waist.
slight or small
escaso
His chances of winning are extremely slender.
Translations of “slender”
in Korean 날씬한, 호리호리한…
in Arabic أهْيَف…
in French mince, svelte…
in Italian esile, sottile…
in Chinese (Traditional) 苗條的,纖細的, 少量的…
in Russian стройный, изящный…
in Turkish incecik, nârin, fidan gibi…
in Polish szczupły, smukły…
in Portuguese magro, fino, esbelto…
in German schmal, gering…
in Catalan esvelt…
in Japanese スリムな, ほっそりした…
in Chinese (Simplified) 苗条的,纤细的, 少量的…
(Definition of slender from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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