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thick-skinned

Translation of thick-skinned in Spanish:

adjective

  • he's very thick-skinned
    tiene una buena coraza
    [pejorative]
    nada le hace mella
    Example sentences
    • Perhaps mentally tough would be a more sensitive description than thick-skinned.
    • For all his claims to resilience in the face of criticism, he is not as thick-skinned as he professes to be.
    • So, you just have to be a bit thick-skinned about it and keep going.

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