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templado
-mild
,lukewarm
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templado
Past participle oftemplar.

templado

templado(
tehm
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plah
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
adjective
1. (weather)
a. mild
Como estoy harto de los inviernos fríos, me voy a mudar a un lugar con un clima más templado.Since I'm tired of cold winters, I'm going to move to a place with a milder climate.
Lo que más me gusta de Bogotá es su clima templado.What I like the most about Bogota is its mild weather.
b. temperate
La zona goza de un clima templado todo el año.The area enjoys a temperate climate all year around.
2. (tepid)
a. lukewarm
Ella tiene los dientes sensibles, así que siempre se toma el té templado.She has sensitive teeth, so she always takes her tea lukewarm.
3. (brave)
a. bold
Aunque había más al lado del adversario, los soldados templados siguieron peleando.Even though they were outnumbered, the bold soldiers continued fighting.
b. courageous
El padre puso semblante templado para no preocupar a su familia después del accidente.The father tried to appear courageous so as not to worry his family after the crash.
4. (moderate)
a. calm
Aunque todos en el avión estaban aterrorizados, la azafata permaneció templada.Although everybody on the plane was panicking, the stewardess remained calm.
b. composed
Durante la entrevista, ella intentaba parecer más templada de lo que sentía.During the interview, she tried to appear more composed than she felt.
c. steady
María es la mejor cirujana de nuestro equipo porque tiene los nervios templados.Maria is the best surgeon on our team, because she has steady nerves.
A masculine noun is used with masculine articles and adjectives (e.g. el hombre guapo, el sol amarillo).
masculine noun
5. (technical)
a. tempering
El templado sirve para incrementar la fuerza del acero.Tempering helps increase the strength of steel.
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templado
An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
adjective
1. (agua, comida)
a. lukewarm
2. (geography)
a. temperate
3. (nervios)
a. steady
4. (persona, carácter)
a. calm, composed
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templado
adjective
1 [+líquido, comida] lukewarm; [+clima] mild; temperate; (Geografía) [+zona] temperate
2 (moderado) moderate; restrained; (en comer) frugal; (en beber) of sober habits; abstemious
nervios templados nerves of steel
3 (Música) well-tuned
4 (valiente) brave; courageous; (franco) bold; forthright
5 (listo) bright; lively; (Centroamérica) (México) (hábil) able; competent
6 (And) (severo) severe
7 (And) (Caribe) (borracho) tipsy
8
estar templado (And) (S. Cone) to be in love
(Técnica) tempering; hardening
Collins Complete Spanish Electronic Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
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