An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (not proud)
a. humble
En mi humilde opinión, deberíamos vender cuanto antes.In my humble opinion, we should sell as soon as possible.
b. modest
Aunque saca las mejores notas de la clase, es una chica humilde.Even though she gets the best marks in our class, she's a modest girl.
2. (not rich)
a. humble
Su casa humilde se ha guardado en la familia por generaciones.Their humble home has stayed in the family for generations.
3. (lowly)
a. humble
Aunque sea famoso ahora, viene de principios humildes.Although he is famous now, he comes from humble beginnings.
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (general)
a. humble
1 (no orgulloso) [+carácter, opinión, comida] humble; [+voz] small
2 (pobre) [+clase, vivienda] low; modest; [+origen] lowly; humble
son gente humilde they are humble o poor people
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