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Translation of "sober" - English-Spanish dictionary

sober

adjective   /ˈsəʊ·bər/
Someone who is sober is not drunk. sobrio
soberly adverb /ˈsəʊ·bə·li/
sobriamente, discretamente
(Definition of sober from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

sober

adjective /ˈsəubə/
not drunk sobrio He was still sober when he left.
serious in mind sobrio, formal a sober mood.
(of colour/color) not bright sobrio She wore a sober (grey) dress.
moderate; not overdone or too emotional sobrio, serio His account of the accident was factual and sober.
sobering adjective
grave, serio a sobering experience/thought.
soberly adverb
sobriamente
soberness noun
the quality which a thing, person etc has when sober sobriedad soberness of mind.
sober up phrasal verb
to make or become (more) sober despejar(se), pasársele a uno la borrachera He drank a cup of strong black coffee to help himself sober up.
(Definition of sober from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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