Definition of 'delicate'
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I drank the bottom two fingers of my Red Label, hoping it would speed up my understanding of such delicate matters. A DARKENING STAIN (2002)Half an hour later, a small posy arrived, tiny delicate flowers. SOMEBODY (2002)
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Translations for 'delicate'
British English: delicate /ˈdɛlɪkɪt/ ADJECTIVE
Something that is delicate is small and beautifully shaped.
She had delicate hands.
- American English: delicate
- Arabic: رَقِيق
- Brazilian Portuguese: delicado
- Chinese: 清秀的
- Croatian: delikatan
- Czech: jemný
- Danish: delikat
- Dutch: verfijnd
- European Spanish: delicado
- Finnish: hieno hento
- French: délicat
- German: fein
- Greek: λεπτεπίλεπτος
- Italian: delicato
- Japanese: 優美な
- Korean: 섬세한
- Norwegian: utsøkt
- Polish: delikatny
- European Portuguese: delicado
- Romanian: delicat
- Russian: изящный
- Spanish: delicado
- Swedish: känslig
- Thai: ละเอียดอ่อน
- Turkish: hassas
- Ukrainian: ніжний
- Vietnamese: mịn màng
Definition of delicate from the Collins English Dictionary
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