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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
Siempre ha sido atento, cortés y bien educado en sus tratos con nosotros.He has always been attentive, polite, and well-mannered when dealing with us.
b. well brought-up
Una joven bien educada no habla de estas cosas en público.A well brought-up young lady does not talk of these things in public.
La mayoría de sus amigos eran bien educados y de clase alta.Most of his friends were well-bred, upper-class people.
¡Qué niño más bien educado! Ojalá todos fueran así.What a polite child! I wish they were all like that.
e. well-behaved (pet)
Como perro bien educado, no te saltaba encima al entrar.Like a well-behaved dog, he didn't jump up on you when you walked in the door.
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