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taciturn
American English: /ˈtæsəˌtərn/
British English: /ˈtasɪtəːn/

Translation of taciturn in Spanish:

adjective

  • Example sentences
    • This quiet and taciturn man has been as responsible as any individual for the rise in England's fortunes.
    • A smart yet taciturn girl, she never complained and she always followed her instructions to the letter.
    • He was also taciturn, but enumerated that he wanted a relationship with me.

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