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low-key also: low-keyed Pronunciation: / -d /
American English: /ˈloʊ ˈˌki/

Translation of low-key in Spanish:

adjective

  • (speech/tone)
    (ceremony)
    a low-key police presence
    una discreta presencia policial
    Example sentences
    • Burley preached possession but his low-key, modest personality encouraged supporters to give others the credit.
    • On the contrary, it was clear that they enjoyed a modest, low-key life-style.
    • The celebrations are expected to be modest and low-key, a reflection of the falling economic fortunes of the territory.

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