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tender

adjective   /ˈten·dər/
kind and gentle tierno, cariñoso a tender kiss
Tender meat or vegetables are soft and easy to cut. tierno
tenderly adverb /ˈten·də·li/
tiernamente, cariñosamente He kissed her tenderly on the cheek.
tenderness noun [no plural] /ˈten·də·nəs/
ternura, cariño
(Definition of tender from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

tender

adjective /ˈtendə/
soft; not hard or tough tierno The meat is tender.
sore; painful when touched sensible, delicado; dolorido His injured leg is still tender.
loving; gentle tierno, afectuoso She had a tender heart.
tenderness noun
ternura the tenderness of her feelings for him.
tenderly adverb
in a loving and gentle manner tiernamente He kissed her tenderly.
tender-hearted adjective
kind and sympathetic; easily made to feel pity bondadoso; compasivo a tender-hearted man.
tender-heartedness noun
bondad; naturaleza compasiva
(Definition of tender from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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