Translation of thoughtful in Spanish:


Pronunciation: /ˈθɔːtfəl/


  • 1.1 [person/conduct] (kind) atento, amable; (considerate) considerado it was thoughtful of you to ask fue un detalle por tu parte el preguntar a present? how thoughtful of you! ¿un regalo? ¡qué detalle! or ¡qué amabilidad! to be thoughtful of sth/sb [formal], tener* en cuenta algo/a algn
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    • Michael even bought us both cards and presents which was very thoughtful of him.
    • Thank you very much for the parcels of groceries, it was very thoughtful of you all.
    • Thank you for the birthday card and the money, it was very thoughtful of you, I appreciate it.
    1.2 (pensive) pensativo, meditabundo 1.3 (reflective, considered) [book/movie/person] serio, reflexivo
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    • Your words and the thoughtful reflections of others will help awaken those who can and will make a difference.
    • By nature she is a thoughtful, serious girl whose natural reticence has been reinforced by too many rooms full of flashbulbs and poised pens.
    • It makes me think that she's just fairly introverted and is quite a thoughtful person, even pensive perhaps.
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    • The delay in getting it to you was caused in part by life having become rather busy recently and in part by the need to make a careful, thoughtful choice.
    • Their careful and thoughtful comments led to marked improvements in nearly all the reports.
    • These are two thoughtful performances in a carefully understated film that has a number of erudite lines without ever becoming preachy.

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