HyperDic: digno

Español > 7 sentidos de la palabra digno:
ADJETIVOalldigno, decoroso, merecedorhaving worth or merit or value
alldigno, decoroso, solemnehaving or expressing dignity
alldigno, merecedor, meritorioworthy of being treated in a particular way
alldigno, merecidoproperly deserved
alldigno, honrado, noble, respetablemeriting respect or esteem
alldignohaving or showing self-esteem
alldigno, propioappropriate to
Español > digno: 7 sentidos > adjetivo 1
SentidoHaving worth or merit or value; being honorable or admirable.
Sinónimosdecoroso, merecedor
Cualidad dehonorabilidadThe quality or state of having merit or value
Específicoapreciado, estimadoHeld in great esteem for admirable qualities especially of an intrinsic nature
citableSuitable for or worthy of quotation
digno, merecedor, meritorioWorthy of being treated in a particular way
ejemplar, modélicoworthy of imitation
encomiable, laudable, loableworthy of high praise
interesantesufficiently valuable to justify the investment of time or interest
meritorioDeserving reward or praise
meritorioworthy of often limited commendation
precioso, valiosoHaving worth or merit or value
Tambiénbuenomorally admirable
estimableDeserving of respect or high regard
honorable, honorífico, honradoworthy of being honored
honrado, justo, rectoCharacterized by or proceeding from accepted standards of morality or justice
precioso, valiosoHaving great material or monetary value especially for use or exchange
respetableCharacterized by socially or conventionally acceptable morals
Contrarioindignolacking in value or merit
Inglésworthy
Catalándigne
Nombresdignitario, notabilidadAn important, honorable person (word is often used humorously)
honorabilidadThe quality or state of having merit or value
importanciaThe quality that renders something desirable or valuable or useful
Español > digno: 7 sentidos > adjetivo 2
SentidoHaving or expressing dignity; especially formality or stateliness in bearing or appearance.
Sinónimosdecoroso, solemne
Específicodistinguido, imponente, magistralUsed of a person's appearance or behavior
elegante, formal, solemnerefined or imposing in manner or appearance
Tambiénchic, eleganterefined and tasteful in appearance or behavior or style
serena, sereno, sosegadoserenely self-possessed and free from agitation / agitation especially in times of stress
Inglésdignified
Español > digno: 7 sentidos > adjetivo 3
SentidoWorthy of being treated in a particular way.
Sinónimosmerecedor, meritorio
Generaldecoroso, digno, merecedorHaving worth or merit or value
Uso deironíaA trope that involves incongruity between what is expected and what occurs
Inglésdeserving, worth
Catalándigne, mereixedor, meritori
NombresimportanciaThe quality that renders something desirable or valuable or useful
merecimiento, méritoThe quality of being deserving (e.g., deserving assistance)
Español > digno: 7 sentidos > adjetivo 4
Sentidoproperly deserved.
Sinónimomerecido
Específicoacertado, adecuado, apropiado, apto, capaz, conveniente, idóneofitting or appropriate and deserved
Contrarioindigno, inmerecidonot merited or deserved
Inglésmerited, deserved
Español > digno: 7 sentidos > adjetivo 5
SentidoMeriting respect or esteem.
Sinónimoshonrado, noble, respetable
GeneralrespetableCharacterized by socially or conventionally acceptable morals
Inglésupstanding, solid
Catalándigne, honrat, noble, respectable
Español > digno: 7 sentidos > adjetivo 6
SentidoHaving or showing self-esteem.
Generalorgullosa, orgullosoFeeling self-respect or pleasure in something by which you measure your self-worth
Inglésdignified, self-respecting, self-respectful
Español > digno: 7 sentidos > adjetivo 7
SentidoAppropriate to.
Sinónimopropio
GeneralapropiadoSuitable for a particular person or place or condition etc
Inglésbefitting
Catalándigne, propi
Adverbiosapropiadamente, convenientemente, propiamenteIn an appropriate manner

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