Only an expert would be able to spot the subtle differences between the original and the forgery.Solo un experto podría identificar las diferencias imperceptibles entre el cuadro original y la falsificación.
the subtle fragrance of the violetla suave fragancia or la fragancia sutil de la violeta;a subtle hint of pinkun ligero toque de rosa
the subtle beauty of the night skythe night sky has a subtle beauty of its ownthe subtle charm of the traditional English gardenEnglish food has subtle charms all of its ownAge had worked subtle [changes] on his featuresThe new director has introduced some subtle [changes]Subtle [differences] in store decor can affect how shoppers feelThe [differences] in question here are very subtleThere's a subtle [difference] between this photo and the one before it
there's a subtle difference between these two wordshay una diferencia sutil entre estas dos palabras
there's a subtle distinction between a withdrawal and a retreatWomen and Indians are allowed onto the council only as long as they don't spread themselves too widely or do the job too well. It's a very subtle form of racism, but it is thereThe government has been content with this subtle form of controlCritics argue that this is just protectionism in another more subtle guiseBut there are other more subtle ways in which homes can affect school performanceLittle details missed, subtle nuancesthe capacity to convey subtle shades of meaningI'm sure that subtle [pressure] was applied to make them agreeI wonder whether some subtle [flaw] in the study is the true explanationMany character traits rely on the subtle [interaction] of many genesThe relationship between the ocean, atmosphere and biosphere is wonderfully complex, subtle and intermeshingThis was a subtle [hint] not to expect too much of himHer remark could have been intended as a subtle rebukeThere have been subtle suggestions to some of the competitors that it might be better if they didn't winThat doesn't sound terribly subtle ...residents consider the low flights over the city a not-so-subtle reminder of the Serbs' superior military mightThe subtle [message] of the film is that marriage is not the ultimate prizeAll the male characters in the play spend a lot of time stroking their red or purple silk ties - a subtle reminder that they're always thinking about sexOur [approach] has to be more subtleI prefer a more subtle [approach]you can't just say I really want to have sex with you. You have to be more subtlehe really isn't very subtleshe sniffed to indicate that she was upset; she was never very subtle
she was never very subtlenunca fue muy sutil;it was a subtle form of racismera una forma sutil de racismo
She herself is much more subtle. She just leaves people she doesn't like off her invitation listsShe is too subtle to say anything herself
She's a cool, subtle and astute politicianHis civilised and subtle [mind] made it not surprising that Henry James was one of his favourite authorsHis humour's not very subtleMaybe his humour's not very subtle but it transcends language and culture barriersThis is a subtle, well-argued and elegantly constructed [analysis] of modern Western capitalisFor such a combative man, his work is surprisingly subtleThe book is subtle and readable, nicely mixing scientific and literary evidence