HyperDic: modesto

Español > 13 sentidos de la palabra modesto:
ADJETIVOallmodestolacking pretension or affectation
allmodesto, moderadonot offensive to sexual mores in conduct or appearance
allmodesto, dócil, mansohumble in spirit or manner
allmodestomarked by simplicity
allmodesto, pequeñonot large but sufficient in size or amount
allmodesto, humilde, pequeño, sencillolow or inferior in station or quality
allmodesto, menor, pequeño, reducidolimited in size or scope
allmodestonot ostentatious
allmodestodisposed to avoid notice
allmodestonot arrogant or presuming
allmodesto, humilde, sencillofree from pomp or affectation
allmodesto, tímida, tímido, vergonzosoself-consciously timid
allmodesto, humildereluctant to draw attention to yourself
Español > modesto: 13 sentidos > adjetivo 1
Sentidolacking pretension or affectation.
EspecíficohonestoWithout pretensions
humilde, modesto, sencilloFree from pomp or affectation
sencillonot pompous
Tambiénelegante, refinadoFree from what is tawdry or unbecoming
escueto, liso y llano, sencillo, simple, sin adornosnot elaborate or elaborated
Contrariopretenciosomaking claim to or creating an appearance of (often undeserved) importance or distinction
Inglésunpretentious
Nombresmodestia, sencillezThe quality of being natural and without pretensions
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Sentidonot offensive to sexual mores in conduct or appearance.
Sinónimomoderado
Cualidad dedecoro, moderación, modestiafreedom from vanity or conceit
Específicodecente, honradoobserving conventional sexual mores in speech or behavior or dress
decente, visibledecently clothed
recatado, reservado, tímidoaffectedly modest or shy especially in a playful or provocative way
vergonzosoExtremely modest or shy
Tambiéndecenteconforming to conventions of sexual behavior
Contrarioinmodestooffending against sexual mores in conduct or appearance
Inglésmodest
Catalánmodest
Nombresdecoro, moderación, modestiafreedom from vanity or conceit
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Sentidohumble in spirit or manner; suggesting retiring mildness or even cowed submissiveness.
Sinónimosdócil, manso
Generalhumildemarked by meekness or modesty
Inglésmeek, mild, modest
Nombresdocilidad, sumisiónA disposition to be patient and long suffering
docilidad, mansedumbreThe feeling of patient, submissive humbleness
Adverbioshumildemente, mansamenteIn a humble manner
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Sentidomarked by simplicity; having a humble opinion of yourself.
Específicomodestonot arrogant or presuming
Tambiénhumildemarked by meekness or modesty
ContrarioinmodestoHaving or showing an exaggerated opinion of your importance, ability, etc
Inglésmodest
Catalánmodest
Nombresdecoro, moderación, modestiafreedom from vanity or conceit
AdverbiosmodestamenteWith modesty
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Sentidonot large but sufficient in size or amount.
Sinónimopequeño
GeneralmoderadoWithin reasonable or average limits
Inglésmodest, small
Catalánmodest, petit
Nombresmodicidad, razonabilidadThe property of being moderate in price / price or expenditures
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SentidoLow or inferior in station or quality.
Sinónimoshumilde, pequeño, sencillo
GeneralinferiorOf or characteristic of low rank or importance
Ingléshumble, low, lowly, modest, small
Catalánhumil, modest, petit, senzill
Nombresclase bajaA position of inferior status
humildadThe state of being humble and unimportant
AdverbioshumildementeIn a miserly manner
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SentidoLimited in size or scope.
Sinónimosmenor, pequeño, reducido
Generallimitadosmall in range or scope
Inglésminor, modest, small, small-scale, pocket-size, pocket-sized
Catalánpetit, reduït
Nombrespequeñez, poquedadThe property of having a relatively small size
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Sentidonot ostentatious.
Específicosobrionot showy or obtrusive
Contrariofastuoso, ostentoso, pretencioso, rimbombanteIntended to attract notice and impress others
Inglésunostentatious, unpretentious, unpretending
Nombresmodestia, sencillezThe quality of being natural and without pretensions
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Sentidodisposed to avoid notice; ('blate' is a Scottish term for bashful).
Región deEscocia, ScotlandOne of the four countries that make up the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
Generaltímido(used of temperament or behavior) marked by a retiring nature
Inglésbashful, blate
Catalánmodest
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Sentidonot arrogant or presuming.
Generalmodestomarked by simplicity
Inglésretiring, unassuming
Catalánmodest
NombressinceridadA quality of naturalness and simplicity
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SentidoFree from pomp or affectation.
Sinónimoshumilde, sencillo
Generalmodestolacking pretension or affectation
Inglésmodest
Catalánmodest
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Sentidoself-consciously timid.
Sinónimostímida, tímido, vergonzoso
Generaltímidoshowing fear and lack of confidence
Inglésbashful
Catalánmodest, tímid, vergonyós
Nombrescortedad, encogimiento, ñoñería, ruborFeeling embarrassed due to modesty
Adverbiostimidamente, tímidamenteIn a shy or timid or bashful manner
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Sentidoreluctant to draw attention to yourself.
Sinónimohumilde
Inglésreticent, self-effacing, retiring
Catalánhumil, modest
AdverbiosreticentementeWith reticence

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