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tasteful

adjective uk   /ˈteɪst.fəl/ us  
C2 attractive and chosen for style and quality: It's very tasteful, their house, but I can't help thinking it lacks a little character.
tastefully
adverb uk   /-i/ us  
tastefully decorated
Translations of “tasteful”
in Chinese (Traditional) 雅致的, 趣味高雅的, 有品味的…
in Russian сделанный со вкусом…
in Turkish zarif, zevkli, hoş…
in Chinese (Simplified) 雅致的, 趣味高雅的, 有品位的…
in Polish gustowny…
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