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Translation of "stuffy" - English-Spanish dictionary

stuffy

adjective   /ˈstʌf·i/ ( comparative stuffier, superlative stuffiest)
hot, with no clean air cargado, mal ventilado a stuffy room
(Definition of stuffy from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

stuffy

adjective /ˈstafi/ ( comparative stuffier, superlative stuffiest)
(of a room etc) too warm, and lacking fresh air cargado, mal ventilado Why do you sit in this stuffy room all day?
formal and dull estirado; remilgado Must we visit those stuffy people?
stuffily adverb
de manera estirada; con remilgos
stuffiness noun
mala ventilación, ambiente cargado; carácter estirado/remilgado
(Definition of stuffy from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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