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tepid

adjective /ˈtepid/
slightly or only just warm; lukewarm
tibio
tepid water.
not very enthusiastic
poco entusiasta/caluroso
a tepid welcome.
tepidly adverb
sin entusiasmo
We were tepidly welcomed by the locals.
tepidness noun
tibieza; falta de entusiasmo
tepidity noun
tibieza; falta de entusiasmo
Translations of “tepid”
in Korean 미지근한…
in Arabic فاتِر…
in French tiède…
in Italian tiepido…
in Chinese (Traditional) 微熱的, (液體)溫熱的,微熱的…
in Russian чуть теплый…
in Turkish ılık…
in Polish letni…
in Portuguese morno, tépido…
in German lauwarm, lau…
in Catalan tebi…
in Japanese (液体が)ぬるい…
in Chinese (Simplified) 微热的, (液体)温热的,微热的…
(Definition of tepid from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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