Translation of fastidious in Spanish:

fastidious

Pronunciation: /fæsˈtɪdiəs/

adj

  • [person] muy exigente; (too fussy) maniático, mañoso (Latin America/América Latina) chosen with fastidious care elegido con sumo cuidadofastidious about sth I'm fastidious about cleanliness soy muy exigente en lo que se refiere a la limpieza
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    • In its overall design and fastidious attention to detail, the table reflects the concept of presenting a useful, industrially produced object that is a work of art.
    • He plays it deadpan, with impeccable style and fastidious attention to detail, but of course that only enhances the absurdity.
    • Aside from this fastidious attention to detail, the designer's work has few distinguishing features.

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