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Spanish translation of “sophisticated”

sophisticated

adjective /səˈfistikeitid/
(opposite unsophisticated) (of a person) having a great deal of experience and worldly wisdom, knowledge of how to dress elegantly etc
sofisticado
a sophisticated young man She has become very sophisticated since she went to live in London.
suitable for, or typical of, sophisticated people
sutil, sofisticado, complejo
The joke was too sophisticated for the child to understand sophisticated clothes/hairstyles.
(of machines, processes etc) highly-developed, elaborate and produced with a high degree of skill and knowledge
sofisticado
sophisticated photographic techniques.
sophistication noun
sofisticación
Flying by private jet is the height of sophistication.
(Definition of sophisticated from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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