Definition of 'graceful'
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It was difficult and disturbing; it was also graceful and beautiful. Times, Sunday Times (2014)It is much better to use slow and more graceful movements, and perhaps movements that have a logic to them. Fools Rush In - A Call to Christian Clowning (1993)But her performance last week was beautiful, graceful, amazing. The Sun (2008)Supreme in her graceful style and astonishing power, she took her second gold of the championships, with another likely to come today. Times, Sunday Times (2008)
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Translations for 'graceful'
British English: graceful /ˈɡreɪsfʊl/ ADJECTIVE
Someone or something that is graceful moves in a smooth and elegant way that is attractive to watch.
His movements were smooth and graceful.
- American English: graceful
- Arabic: رَشِيق
- Brazilian Portuguese: gracioso
- Chinese: 优美的
- Croatian: graciozan
- Czech: půvabný
- Danish: yndefuld
- Dutch: gracieus
- European Spanish: grácil
- Finnish: viehättävä
- French: gracieux
- German: anmutig
- Greek: χαριτόβρυτος
- Italian: aggraziato
- Japanese: 優美な
- Korean: 우아한
- Norwegian: grasiøs
- Polish: wdzięczny
- European Portuguese: gracioso
- Romanian: grațios
- Russian: грациозный
- Spanish: grácil
- Swedish: graciös
- Thai: อย่างสง่างาม
- Turkish: zarif
- Ukrainian: граціозний
- Vietnamese: duyên dáng
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