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suave

adjective /swaːv/
(of a man or his manner) pleasant, elegant, polite, and agreeable
afable, cortés; fino; zalamero
a suave and sophisticated gentleman.
suavely adverb
afablemente, cortésmente; finamente; zalameramente
suaveness noun
afabilidad, carácter cortés; finura; zalamería
suavity noun
afabilidad, carácter cortés; finura; zalamería
Translations of “suave”
in Vietnamese ngọt ngào, khéo léo…
in Thai อ่อนโยน…
in Malaysian terlalu canggih…
in French affable…
in German verbindlich…
in Chinese (Traditional) (男子)文縐縐的…
in Indonesian ramah…
in Russian учтивый, обходительный…
in Turkish hoş ve nazik, kibar ve tatlı…
in Chinese (Simplified) (男子)文绉绉的…
in Polish uprzedzająco grzeczny…
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