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soft-spoken
American English: /ˈsɔft ˈˌspoʊkən/

Translation of soft-spoken in Spanish:

adjective

  • de voz suave
    Example sentences
    • I quickly settled in with my gentle, smiling, soft-spoken family.
    • On second thought, Allison and Heuer are gentle, soft-spoken people, not given to such language.
    • Ganguli comes across as a gentle, soft-spoken person with a brilliant smile.

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