Translation of feminine in Spanish:
- 1 (of or like a woman) femenino [hygiene/protection] [euphemistic/eufemístico], íntimo [euphemistic/eufemístico]Example sentences
- A subtle feminine touch is given by using soft shades and delicate embroidery.
- The pink also gives it a more feminine and ladylike quality.
- It had a feminine girlish quality in the cut, but a bold, womanly quality in color.
- Removing the board gently, he reached down into the hollow and retrieved a bundle of papers covered edge-to-edge in a pretty, feminine hand.
- They were pretty eyes, almost feminine, he decided, and it was probably that.
- The feminine side of me wants humanistic evaluations of interesting female people in the news, written by well-bred, well educated women.
- 2 [Linguistics/Lingüística] [noun/suffix/article] femeninoExample sentences
- To be sure, it may be the case, in a gender language, that male and female persons will be designated by nouns of masculine and feminine gender, respectively.
- English is a great language - no masculine and feminine nouns, fewer tenses to our verbs and loads of nouns.
- A college class was discussing the fact that nouns in some foreign languages are either of masculine or feminine gender.
- 1.1 countable/numerable (noun etc) femenino (masculine) 1.2 (gender) (in) the feminine (en) el femenino
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