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Spanish translation of “tact”

tact

noun /tӕkt/
care and skill in one’s behaviour/behavior to people, in order to avoid hurting or offending them
tacto
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
(Definition of tact from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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