adj (-derer, -derest)
- 1.1 [person/figure] delgado, esbelto; [waist/neck] fino, delgado; [pillar/stalk] finoMore example sentences
More example sentences1.2 [means/resources] escaso, exiguo; [majority] estrecho; [hope] remoto by a slender margin por un estrecho margen she has only the slenderest chance of winning sus posibilidades de ganar son mínimas
- This feline image was enhanced by her painted nails and thin slender body.
- Her slender body seemed thinner then before and she had wrinkles on her skin.
- Her slender body glided gracefully, never once bending the weakened branches.
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- Sibling growth units in equivalent positions tended to have a more slender stem for N. dombeyi than for N. pumilio.
- He reaches over and picks up the slender rod he plans to use to simulate a rapier.
- What gives it panache is the way the flower teeters on its ridiculously long, slender stem.
- By a slender majority of four to three, the High Court bought the argument.
- This may seem a somewhat slender basis for distinguishing this type of reference from a mere promise to negotiate.
- The US House of Congress, which holds a slender Republican majority, will decide which slate of electors to accept.
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Each of the 55 different administrative areas into which Spain is divided is called a provincia. Each provincia includes a main city or town, sometimes more, depending on its social and economic power. The provincial capital usually has the same name as the province.