English translation of 'humilde'
2. (pobre) poor
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'humilde' in Other Languages
British English: humble /ˈhʌmbl/ ADJECTIVE
A humble person is not proud and does not believe that they are better than other people.
He gave a great performance, but he was very humble.
- American English: humble
- Arabic: مُتَوَاضِعٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: humilde
- Chinese: 谦虚的
- Croatian: skroman
- Czech: pokorný
- Danish: ydmyg
- Dutch: bescheiden
- European Spanish: humilde
- Finnish: nöyrä
- French: humble
- German: bescheiden
- Greek: ταπεινός
- Italian: umile
- Japanese: 謙虚な
- Korean: 겸손한
- Norwegian: ydmyk
- Polish: skromny
- European Portuguese: humilde
- Romanian: umil
- Russian: скромный
- Spanish: humilde
- Swedish: ödmjuk
- Thai: ถ่อมตัว
- Turkish: alçak gönüllü
- Ukrainian: скромний
- Vietnamese: khiêm tốn
British English: lowly ADJECTIVE
If you describe someone or something as lowly, you mean that they are low in rank, status, or importance.
...lowly bureaucrats pretending to be senators.
Translation of humilde from the Collins Portuguese to English Dictionary
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