English translation of 'gracioso'
graciosograciosa [ɡraˈsjozu, ɔza]
1. (pessoa) charming
2. (gestos) gracious
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'gracioso' in Other Languages
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
British English: gracious ADJECTIVE
If you describe someone, especially someone you think is superior to you, as gracious, you mean that they are very well-mannered and pleasant.
She is a lovely and gracious woman.
Translation of gracioso from the Collins Portuguese to English Dictionary
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