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Translation of "tame" - English-Spanish dictionary

tame

adjective   /teɪm/
If an animal is tame, it is not wild and not frightened of people. domesticado, domado
verb   /teɪm/ ( present participle taming, past tense and past participle tamed)
to make a wild animal tame domesticar, domar
(Definition of tame from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

tame

adjective /teim/
(of animals) used to living with people; not wild or dangerous domesticado; doméstico He kept a tame chimpanzee as a pet.
dull; not exciting monótono; rutinario My job is very tame.
tamely adverb
dócilmente, mansamente He tamely obeyed his mother.
tameness noun
mansedumbre; insipidez
tameable adjective
( opposite untameable) able to be tamed domable, domesticable Some animals are more tameable than others.
(Definition of tame from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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