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dignifiedadjective

 us   /ˈdɪɡ·nəˌfɑɪd/
serious and ​graceful in ​manner or ​style in a way that ​deservesrespect: a ​quiet, dignified ​person
(Definition of dignified from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “dignified”
in Korean 품위 있는…
in Arabic رَصيْن…
in Malaysian menimbulkan rasa hormat…
in French digne…
in Russian полный достоинства…
in Chinese (Traditional) 莊重的,端莊的, 有尊嚴的…
in Italian dignitoso…
in Turkish ciddi, vakur, ağırbaşlı…
in Polish dostojny, godny…
in Spanish digno…
in Vietnamese nghiêm túc, tôn quý…
in Portuguese solene, digno…
in Thai สง่างาม…
in German würdevoll…
in Catalan solemne…
in Japanese 威厳のある, 品のある…
in Chinese (Simplified) 庄重的,端庄的, 有尊严的…
in Indonesian bermartabat…
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