Translation of moderate in Spanish:

moderate

adjective/adjetivo

/ˈmɑːdərət; ˈmɒdərət/
  • 1.1 (medium) [expense/price] moderado, módico; [heat] moderado he's a moderate drinker bebe con moderación winds will be light to moderate los vientos serán de suaves a moderados 1.2 (not extreme) [views/demands/criticism] moderado
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    • Some of these second-wave acts achieved a moderate degree of success and most were assured at least of a long career on the standup circuit.
    • They basically got away with what they could at the time (which wasn't much) and found a moderate amount of success.
    • The fourth is that they exercise not a bit but a lot - ie they have about 60-90 minutes of moderate intensity exercise every day.
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    • Australia has a new and rising political party with moderate policies which is headed by a black woman.
    • Throughout the process, those loyal to its moderate policies fought for the survival of their party.
    • Its front bench has a younger profile, and with its policies not very far from those of the current government, it will find little ideological problems with the moderate policies now favoured by Labour.
    1.3 (mediocre) [ability/achievement] regular, pasable

transitive verb/verbo transitivo

/ˈmɑːdəreɪt; ˈmɒdəreɪt/
  • 1.1 [views/demands/criticism] moderar kindly moderate your language ten la bondad de cuidar el vocabulario que empleas 1.2
    (moderating present participle/participio presente)
    [influence/effect] moderador

intransitive verb/verbo intransitivo

/ˈmɑːdəreɪt; ˈmɒdəreɪt/
  • 1 [pain] aliviarse, calmarse; [wind] calmarse
  • 2 [person] hacer* de moderador

noun/nombre

/ˈmɑːdərət; ˈmɒdərət/
  • moderado, (masculine, feminine)

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