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Translation of "sparse" - English-Spanish dictionary

sparse

adjective   /spɑːs/
existing only in small amounts over a large area escaso, disperso sparse vegetation
A room that is sparse contains little furniture and does not seem very comfortable. con pocos muebles, desangelado
sparsely adverb /ˈspɑːs·li/
escasamente a sparsely populated region a sparsely furnished room
(Definition of sparse from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

sparse

adjective /spaːs/
thinly scattered escaso sparse vegetation.
sparsely adverb
escasamente a sparsely populated region of the country.
sparseness noun
escasez
(Definition of sparse from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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