Translation of good-natured in Spanish:

good-natured

Pronunciation: /ˈgʊdˈneɪtʃərd; ˌgʊdˈneɪtʃəd/

adjective/adjetivo

  • (as permanent characteristic) bueno, de natural bondadoso he was remarkably good-natured about it se lo tomó muy bien
    More example sentences
    • She was a good-natured, kind and pleasant person and a most helpful neighbour who will be missed by all who knew her.
    • Oddly, it isn't included on this debut album though its good-natured whimsy would have chimed well with these songs.
    • Amiable, good-natured and good fun, this is a highly promising feature debut from Simon Pegg.

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