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soft-spokenadjective

/ˈsɔftˈspoʊ·kən/
usually speaking in a quiet voice: a soft-spoken, understated style
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Translations of “soft-spoken”
in Chinese (Simplified) 声音柔和的…
in Turkish tatlı dilli, hoş/yumuşak sesli…
in Russian говорящий тихим голосом…
in Chinese (Traditional) 聲音柔和的…
in Polish o łagodnym głosie…
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