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gradual

adjective     /ˈɡrædʒuəl/
B2 happening slowly over a period of time: a gradual change/improvementSlow and moving slowly
Translations of “gradual”
in Arabic تَدْريجي…
in Korean 점진적인…
in Malaysian sedikit demi sedikit…
in French graduel…
in Turkish azar azar, yavaş yavaş…
in Italian graduale…
in Chinese (Traditional) 逐步的,逐漸的, 平緩的…
in Russian постепенный…
in Polish stopniowy…
in Vietnamese dần dần, từ từ…
in Spanish gradual…
in Portuguese gradual…
in Thai ซึ่งเกิดขึ้นช้า ๆ…
in German allmählich…
in Catalan gradual, lent…
in Japanese (進行などが)ゆっくりとした…
in Indonesian berangsur…
in Chinese (Simplified) 逐步的,逐渐的, 平缓的…
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