There are 2 translations of poise in Spanish:

poise1

Pronunciation: /pɔɪz/

n

u
  • 1.1 (bearing) porte (m), elegancia (f)
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    • And now I knew the names of most of the foods set before me, spoke with elegance and poise, danced with grace, and could even say a few words in French and Italian!
    • Despite this, she was a ballet dancer who had the grace, poise, and elegance of an angel.
    • The prayer is nothing but an expression of these manifestations and, with graceful poise, combines all of them.
    1.2 (composure) desenvoltura (f), aplomo (m)
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    • By their physiques, thankfully the majority retain poise and dignity.
    • He descended to raucous and tasteless personal attacks on the Gandhis and generally showed little dignity, poise or gravitas.
    • I think the family has shown remarkable dignity and poise throughout this entire ordeal.

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There are 2 translations of poise in Spanish:

poise2

v refl

  • to poise oneself she poised herself to jump se colocó en disposición de saltar, se preparó para saltar
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    • ‘We are at your service, madam,’ he said, poising his fingertips together above his stomach.
    • Yet, as we all know, popular art would be nowhere without the perpetual, inconclusive drama of crossing the line - poising at the edge of the abyss, sometimes pulling back, sometimes falling in.
    • ‘Coming,’ I replied, poising myself at the edge of the stack.

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Word of the day patita
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Cultural fact of the day

Today is a public holiday in Peru (Día de la Independencia)