Translation of lowly in Spanish:

lowly

Pronunciation: /ˈləʊli/

adj (-lier, -liest)

  • humilde, modesto he had a lowly opinion of himself se tenía en muy poco
    More example sentences
    • A tan face signifies the status of a lowly peasant who has worked in the fields all her life.
    • I mean after all wasn't Jesus a humble lowly carpenter!
    • Certainly they rarely showed any sign of looking like champions after a good opening spell, as Kirkcaldy showed a fighting spirit which belied their lowly status.

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