lightly adverb (GENTLY) translate to Mandarin Chinese
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adverb (GENTLY)
轻轻地
 
 
/ˈlaɪt.li/
gently or using very little of something
轻轻地;稍稍地;少许
She patted him lightly on the shoulder.
她轻轻地拍了拍他的肩膀。
Dust the cake lightly with icing sugar.
在蛋糕上稍微撒上一点糖霜。
Self-control and moderation
If food is lightly cooked, it is cooked for only a short time
稍微(烹调)一下;嫩(炒)地
lightly cooked vegetables
烧得很嫩的蔬菜
Preparing food using heatPreparing food
Translations of “lightly”
in Korean 부드럽게, 가볍게…
in Arabic بِخِفّة, قَليلاً…
in Portuguese levemente…
in Catalan suaument, lleugerament…
in Japanese そっと, 軽く…
in Italian leggermente…
in Chinese (Traditional) 輕輕地, 稍稍地, 少許…
in Russian слегка, едва, чуть-чуть…
in Turkish hafifçe, nazikçe, azıcık…
in Polish lekko…
(Definition of lightly adverb (GENTLY) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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