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Translation of "tact" - English-Spanish dictionary


noun /tӕkt/
care and skill in one’s behaviour/behavior to people, in order to avoid hurting or offending them
He showed tact in dealing with difficult customers.
tactful adjective showing tact
diplomático, con tacto
a tactful person tactful behaviour.
tactfully adverb
con tacto, diplomáticamente
tactfulness noun
tacto, diplomacia
tactless adjective without tact
sin tacto
a tactless person/remark.
tactlessly adverb
sin tacto
tactlessness noun
falta de tacto
Translations of “tact”
in Arabic لَباقة…
in Korean 재치, 재주…
in Malaysian kebijaksanaan…
in French tact…
in Turkish davranış inceliği, zarafet, görgü…
in Italian tatto…
in Chinese (Traditional) (處事、言談等的)得體,乖巧,機敏, 外交手腕…
in Russian такт, тактичность…
in Polish takt…
in Vietnamese sự tế nhị…
in Portuguese tato…
in Thai ไหวพริบ…
in German der Takt…
in Catalan tacte, discreció…
in Japanese 機転, 如才なさ…
in Indonesian siasat…
in Chinese (Simplified) (处事、言谈等的)得体,乖巧,机敏, 外交手腕…
(Definition of tact from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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