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tender1

Pronunciation: /ˈtendər; ˈtendə(r)/

adjective/adjetivo

  • 1.1 (sensitive, vulnerable) [spot] sensible; [issue] delicado, espinoso it still feels a bit tender todavía me duele/me molesta un poco despite her tender years a pesar de su corta or tierna edad at the tender age of 12 a la tierna edad de 12 años
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    • She got up, raising her tender body onto her left elbow.
    • A slight splinter can chafe the skin until it is tender and sore.
    • She winced in pain as her sheets slid against her tender skin.
    Example sentences
    • It was already a very tender and awkward situation.
    Example sentences
    • This young man, at the tender age of 24 years, was the victim of a tragic accident.
    • At the tender age of 25, she is quickly becoming an authority on urban fashion.
    • The teen singer and actress has been in showbusiness since the tender age of nine.
    1.2 (soft) [meat] tierno cook the leeks until tender hervir los puerros hasta que estén tiernos
    Example sentences
    • The stew was filled with tender meat, beans, barley and carrots.
    • There are fresh fruit juices and tender coconut.
    • Her plate was heaped with several good, thick slices of tasty, tender pork.
    1.3 (affectionate, loving) [gesture/smile/thought] tierno he has a tender heart tiene buen corazón
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    • He took my hand and laid a gentle, tender kiss on it.
    • His kisses were tender and gentle.
    • His voice as tender and gentle as his kiss.

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tender2

Pronunciation: /ˈtendər; ˈtendə(r)/

intransitive verb/verbo intransitivo

  • [company] presentarse a concurso or a una licitación to tender for a contract presentarse a concurso or a una licitación para obtener un contrato

transitive verb/verbo transitivo

  • [formal] [resignation/apologies] presentar, ofrecer* he tendered his services as an adviser ofreció sus servicios or se ofreció como asesor please tender exact fare (British English/inglés británico) se ruega entregar el importe exacto

noun/nombre

  • 1.1 c and u [Business/Comercio] (offer) propuesta (feminine), oferta (feminine), plica (feminine) (Spain/España) to put sth out to tender sacar* algo a concurso or a licitación, licitar algo (especially South America/especialmente América del Sur) to make o put up o submit a tender for sth presentarse a concurso or a una licitación para algo
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    • The tenders were evaluated on price, experience of the tenderer, methodology, quality and technical merit.
    • The Department of Defence has invited tenders to supply the air force with six new military helicopters.
    • The corporation sought tenders for the land.
    1.2 uncountable/no numerable
    (legal tender)
    moneda (feminine) de curso legal

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Pronunciation: /ˈtendər; ˈtendə(r)/

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