Translation of tame in Spanish:
adjective/adjetivo (tamer, tamest)
- 1.1 [animal] (by nature) manso, dócil; (tamed) domado, domesticado [committee/judiciary] [pejorative/peyorativo], sumiso, acomodaticio we have a tame mechanic who'll fix that for you [humorous/humorístico] tenemos un mecánico muy servicial que te lo puede arreglarExample sentences1.2 (unexciting) [show/story/joke] insulso, insípido, soso [colloquial/familiar]
- Be aware that injured animals, even tame pets will bite savagely if given a chance.
- Instead of importing tame pigs, people from several different countries domesticated the animals themselves.
- One internet site agrees, declaring the animals to be ‘noble and tame dogs with the family, but distrustful of strangers’.
- She's intending to visit again, with a sister in-tow, and possibly once more with a tame builder who will advise her on the practicability of extending the house.
- So I think there are a number of people within the Met who are feeding information to what they regard as tame reporters.
- The biotech companies and their tame scientists are using other people's poverty to engineer their own enrichment.
- Overall it was a rather tame affair with no controversy on any subject.
- It was a pretty tame affair compared to last year.
- The subpoena hearing, which is normally a tame affair, was contentious because the music industry sees it as a test case.
transitive verb/verbo transitivo
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