tame
adjective
1. (not timid or vicious) 
a. manso(a) 
2. (domesticated) 
a. domesticado(a) 
3. (unadventurous) 
a. soso(a) 
transitive verb
4. (lion, tiger) 
a. domar 
5. (fig) 
a. dominar (emotion) 
tame [teɪm]
adjective
tamer (comparative)tamest (superlative)
1 (no longer wild) [+lion, tiger] domesticado; manso; [+hedgehog, fox] dócil; manso
do you know of a tame plumber who can fix it? (hum) ¿sabes de un fontanero fiable que lo pueda arreglar?
2 (boring) [+book, film, match, performance] soso; insulso
it's a rather tame story, and not we're used to from X it was a pretty tame match by all accounts his performance as King Lear was rather tame I thought tonight's performance was rather tame by comparison
the report was pretty tame stuff el informe era bastante anodino; these films are tame by today's standards estas películas resultan poco atrevidas para los tiempos que corren
transitive verb
[+lion, tiger] domar; amansar; [+passion] dominar
no man could tame her no había hombre que pudiese domarla
Verb Conjugations for domar
Gerund: domando
Participle: domado
Indicative
PresentPreteriteImperfectConditionalFuture
yodomodomédomabadomaríadomaré
domasdomastedomabasdomaríasdomarás
él/ella/Ud.domadomódomabadomaríadomará
nosotrosdomamosdomamosdomábamosdomaríamosdomaremos
vosotrosdomáisdomasteisdomabaisdomaríaisdomaréis
ellos/ellas/Uds.domandomarondomabandomaríandomarán
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