Translation of manipulative in Spanish:

manipulative

Pronunciation: /məˈnɪpjələtɪv; məˈnɪpjʊlətɪv/

adjective/adjetivo

  • 1.1 [techniques/skills] de manipulación, manual
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    • He would also be unable to undertake employment which involved prolonged fine manipulative skills.
    1.2 (interfering) manipulador
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    • He has been shown to be dishonest, calculating, egocentric, manipulative and a control freak.
    • It fitted with his manipulative desire to control and dominate.
    • When the crown passed to Edward, just ten years old and physically frail, the way opened for manipulative adults to seize control.

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