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spontaneous

adjective   /spɒnˈteɪ.ni.əs/
happening or done in a natural, often sudden way, without any planning or without being forced espontáneo His jokes seemed spontaneous, but were in fact carefully prepared beforehand. approving She’s such a spontaneous, lively woman.1116
spontaneity noun [no plural]   /ˌspɒn.təˈneɪ.ɪ.ti/ approving
espontaneidad The script has a refreshing spontaneity and sparkle.1116
spontaneously adverb   /-li/
espontáneamente The liquid spontaneously ignited.1116
(Definition of spontaneous from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

spontaneous

adjective /spənˈteiniəs/
said, done etc of one’s own free will without pressure from others espontáneo His offer was quite spontaneous.
natural; not forced espontáneo spontaneous behaviour.
spontaneously adverb
espontáneamente She spontaneously decided to go to the cinema.
spontaneousness noun
espontaneidad
spontaneity /spontəˈneiəti, spontəˈniːəti/ noun
espontaneidad
(Definition of spontaneous from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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