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fettle

Pronunciation: /ˈfetl/

Translation of fettle in Spanish:

noun/nombre

  • to be in fine/good fettle estar* en (buena/plena) forma
    Example sentences
    • Relatives and neighbours were joined by staff members in making this a special occasion for the popular Ellie who was in fine fettle and enjoyed all the festivities.
    • The popular lady from Ballyglass, Scardaune was in fine fettle and was delighted that so many friends came along to share in the celebrations.
    • Mersey Docks remains in fine fettle financially, and steadfastly independent.

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