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Translation of "character" - English-Spanish dictionary

character

noun /ˈkӕrəktə/
the set of qualities that make someone or something different from others; type carácter You can tell a man’s character from his handwriting Publicity of this character is not good for the firm.
a set of qualities that are considered admirable in some way carácter He showed great character in dealing with the danger.
reputation reputación They tried to damage his character.
a person in a play, novel etc personaje Rosencrantz is a minor character in Shakespeare’s ’Hamlet’.
an odd or amusing person tipo, figura This fellow’s quite a character!
a letter used in typing etc carácter Some characters on this keyboard are broken.
characteristic adjective
(opposite uncharacteristic) typical (of a person etc) característico He spoke with characteristic shyness That kind of behaviour/behavior is characteristic of him.
characteristically adverb
típicamente She was characteristically modest about winning the award.
characterize verb ( also characterise)
to be the obvious feature of caracterizar The giraffe is characterized by its long neck.
to describe (as) describir She characterized him as weak and indecisive.
characterization noun ( also characterisation)
caracterización the characterization of Huckleberry Finn as a disobedient child.
(Definition of character from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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