Tradução de Inglês de discret
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C'est l'objet, discret, des réductions collectives de peine.Le Nouvel Observateur (2002)
C'était le 9 novembre, dans un pavillon discret de Matignon.Le Monde (2002)
Des volets d'un beau vert tendre et discret relevaient la sévérité des murs dont les pierres étaient à nu.Les anges et les faucons
Les dégonflés le font parce que c'est ainsi plus discret, et plus rapide.Le blues de l'argot
Mais non, personne n'avait prêté attention à ce petit homme discret.Béloni
Tendências de discret
Palavra de uso corrente. discret é uma das 10000 palavras mais frequentemente usadas no dicionário Collins
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Inglês Britânico: discreet ADJECTIVE
If you are discreet, you are polite and careful in what you do or say.
They were gossipy and not always discreet.
Inglês Britânico: low-key ADJECTIVE
If you say that something is low-key, you mean that it is on a small scale rather than involving a lot of activity or being made to seem impressive or important.
The wedding will be a very low-key affair.
Inglês Britânico: understated ADJECTIVE
If you describe a style, colour, or effect as understated, you mean that it is simple and plain, and does not attract attention to itself.
I have always liked understated clothes.
Inglês Britânico: unobtrusive ADJECTIVE
If you describe something or someone as unobtrusive, you mean that they are not easily noticed or do not draw attention to themselves.
The coffee-table is glass, to be as unobtrusive as possible.
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