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habilidoso
also: feminine: habilidosa

adjetivo

  • él te lo arreglará que es muy habilidoso
    he'll fix it for you, he's very handy with o good with things like that
    mi mujer es muy habilidosa, le hace toda la ropa a la niña
    my wife is very good with her hands, she makes all our daughter's clothes
Example sentences
  • Destrezas Sus habilidosas manos la hacen destacar entre los grandes de la competencia.
  • Además, es necesario defender una posición de clase de una forma habilidosa para que podamos encontrar eco entra las masas.
  • Valdivia pide bastante la pelota, es un jugador muy habilidoso.

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