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acquiescent Saltos de línea: ac¦qui|es¦cent
Pronunciación: /akwɪˈɛs(ə)nt/

Definición de acquiescent en inglés:

adjetivo

Ready to accept something without protest, or to do what someone else wants: his acquiescent mood
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The better-off refuse payment for services they accept while their victims are so servile and acquiescent that they make no protest.
  • His anxiety proneness seems less pronounced now than it was in 1985, but in spite of this he proved to be abnormally suggestible, compliant and acquiescent.
  • Feminist folklore theory shows that women's practices are resistant as well as acquiescent, contingent as well as contextual.
Sinónimos
compliant, complying, consenting, cooperative, willing, obliging, agreeable, amenable, tractable, persuadable, easily persuaded, pliant, flexible, easy, unprotesting, resigned;
submissive, servile, subservient, obsequious, ingratiating, toadying, Uriah Heepish, self-effacing, unassertive, yielding, biddable, docile, deferential, respectful
informal bootlicking

Origen

Early 17th century: from Latin acquiescent- 'remaining at rest', from the verb acquiescere (see acquiesce).

Palabras que riman con acquiescent

adolescent, albescent, Besant, coalescent, confessant, convalescent, crescent, depressant, effervescent, erubescent, evanescent, excrescent, flavescent, fluorescent, immunosuppressant, incandescent, incessant, iridescent, juvenescent, lactescent, liquescent, luminescent, nigrescent, obsolescent, opalescent, pearlescent, phosphorescent, pubescent, putrescent, quiescent, suppressant, turgescent, virescent, viridescent

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