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Translation of "meek" - English-Spanish dictionary

meek

adjective   /miːk/
Someone who is meek is quiet and does not argue with others. manso
meekly adverb /ˈmiːk·li/
mansamente
meekness noun [no plural] /ˈmiːk·nəs/
mansedumbre
(Definition of meek from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

meek

adjective /miːk/
humble and not likely to complain, argue, react strongly etc manso, paciente a meek little man.
meekly adverb
mansamente, pacientemente She meekly apologized.
meekness noun
mansedumbre, paciencia
(Definition of meek from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “meek”
in Korean 온순한 사람…
in Arabic وَديع, خانِع…
in Malaysian menurut…
in French doux…
in Russian кроткий…
in Chinese (Traditional) 溫順的, 謙和的…
in Italian remissivo, mansueto…
in Turkish çekingen, sıkılgan, uysal…
in Polish potulny…
in Vietnamese dễ bảo…
in Portuguese manso, dócil…
in Thai นอบน้อม…
in German sanftmütig…
in Catalan dòcil…
in Japanese 従順な, 柔和な…
in Chinese (Simplified) 温顺的, 谦和的…
in Indonesian penurut…
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