Translation of harmless in Spanish:

harmless

Pronunciation: /ˈhɑːrmləs; ˈhɑːmlɪs/

adjective/adjetivo

  • 1.1 [animal/person] inofensivo; [substance] inocuo he's harmless enough no le hace daño a nadie
    More example sentences
    • Donating blood is harmless to the donor and yet gives a gift of life to a dying person.
    • It can cause nausea and, in extreme cases, death in humans, but is harmless to marine life.
    • The tope shark is considered harmless to humans because of its small size and its preference for small prey items.
    More example sentences
    • I agreed, breathing a sigh of relief that his request seemed to be innocent and harmless enough.
    • We've got better things to do than to try and distort what is now a harmless nickname.
    • And of course we should continue to take these awful, embarrassing and harmless photos.
    1.2 (innocent) [joke/suggestion/fun] inocente

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