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soltura
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soltura(
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A feminine noun is almost always used with feminine articles and adjectives (e.g. la mujer bonita, la luna llena).
1. (articulacy)
a. fluency
Se expresa con relativa soltura en cuatro idiomas.She can express herself in four languages with relative fluency.
b. ease
La soltura de Sara para hablar varios idiomas impresionó a su profesor de lengua.The ease with which Sara speaks several languages impressed her language teacher.
2. (deftness)
a. agility
La soltura de la bailarina en el escenario encandiló al público.The dancer's agility on stage dazzled the audience.
b. nimbleness
Su soltura en la cancha de fútbol le permite mantener a distancia a los jugadores del equipo rival.His nimbleness on the football field enables him to keep players from the opposing team at bay.
c. ease
Siendo ella una persona bastante reservada, me sorprendió la soltura con que se ambientó.Being the reserved person that she is, I was surprised at the ease with which she entered into the spirit of things.
3. (fact of not being tight)
a. slackness
Por culpa de la soltura del nudo se me salió la bikini.It was the slackness of the knot that made my bikini come undone.
b. looseness
Debido a la soltura de las tuercas se salió una rueda del auto.Due to the looseness of the nuts, one of the car's wheels came off.
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soltura
A noun is a word referring to a person, animal, place, thing, feeling or idea (e.g. man, dog, house).
1. (fluidez)
a. fluency
2. (facilidad, desenvoltura)
a. assurance
con solturafluently
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soltura
1 (al hablar) fluency; ease
habla árabe con soltura he speaks Arabic fluently
2 (flojedad) [de cuerda] slackness; [de pieza, tornillo] looseness; [de brazos, piernas] agility; nimbleness
3 (Med) (also soltura de vientre) looseness of the bowels; diarrhoea; diarrhea; (EEUU)
4 (desvergüenza) shamelessness
Collins Complete Spanish Electronic Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
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