Translation of well-behaved in Spanish:

well-behaved

Pronunciation: /ˌwelbɪˈheɪvd/

adj (pred well behaved)

  • [child] que se porta bien, bueno; [dog] obediente
    More example sentences
    • We all have a responsibility to deal with people who are drunk and to make sure when bars close people leave in a well-behaved manner.
    • These fine young gentleman were well-behaved and very mannerly.
    • The end, which is to bring up well-behaved, considerate and law-abiding citizens, justifies the means a thousand-fold.

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