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1

Punto a favor; beneficio; conveniencia

Plus, Advantage, redeeming feature

2

antonyms
inconveniente, revés, altibajo,

condición desfavorable, demérito, desconveniencia,

impedimento, incapacidad, inconveniencia,

minusvalía, desavío, importunidad, hándicap

Provecho

3

Naturally; as might be expected; by its own momentum
(...like Bob Hope would use as wise-crack)

"Fine Pal" (you turned out to be!)

"mother told me there would be moments like this...I wonder how she knew?"

"what's behind all this?"

na·tu·ral·men·te, desde luego, de su peso, de suyo
(since then, his weight, his)

As might be expected. || Sin duda, por supuesto; consecuentemente.

interjection
1. (ya lo creo)
synonyms
Ya lo creo, Claro que sí, Por supuesto que sí, Sí, claro que sí, Definitivamente, Eso sí, Eso sí que es, Mucho que sí, Por supuesto, Sírvase, Ya se ve, De a tiro «Familiar»

na·tu·ral·men·te


antonyms
pre·su·mi·ble·men·te; po·si·ble·men·te; pre·sun·ta·men·te

an·ti·ci·pa·ble·men·te; pre·vi·si·ble·men·te; su·pues·ta·men·te
anticipablemente, previsiblemente, supuestamente

pre·sun·ti·va·men·te; pre·ten·di·da·men·te; ve·ro·sí·mil·men·te
presuntivamente, pretendidamente, verosímilmente

interjection
1. (ya lo creo)
synonyms
Ya lo creo, Claro que sí, Por supuesto que sí, Sí, claro que sí, Definitivamente, Eso sí, Eso sí que es, Mucho que sí, Por supuesto, Sírvase, Ya se ve, De a tiro «Familiar»

4

certainly, conclusively, absolutely

with certainty, of course, of course

(surely, securely); (unmistakably, characteristic, completely distinct); certainly

cier·ta·men·te, con·clu·si·va·men·te, ab·so·lu·ta·men·te

con cer·te·za, des·de lue·go, por su·pues·to
with certainty, of course, of course

se·gu·ra·men·te, in·con·fun·di·ble, a·ve·ri·gua·da·men·te
(surely, securely); (unmistakably, characteristic, completely distinct); certainly

5

Possibly; probably; presumably

Convincingly; credibly; plausibly

po·si·ble·men·te; pro·ba·ble·men·te; pre·su·mi·ble·men·te

con·vin·cen·te·men·te; cre·í·ble·men·te; plau·si·ble·men·te


adverb
1. (a lo mejor)

6

Without a doubt; certainly; infallibly

sin duda, sin lugar a dudas, al seguro, infaliblemente
Without a doubt; certainly; infallibly

7

unmistakable, characteristic, certain

in·con·fun·di·ble; inequívoco, característico

definitivo, peculiar, típico,

corroborado, de buena fuente, distintivo

indisputable, indudable, invariable

definitions:
Genuino/a, completamente distinto/a, que no puede confundirse con otro/a u otra cosa. || Clearly evident to the mind.

Example Phrases
de modo inconfundible: unmistakably
indicación inconfundible: broad hint
señal inconfundible: clear sign
señas inconfundibles: unmistakable signs

8

unequivocally, certainly, conclusively, most certainly, unmistakably

In an unambiguous manner.

i·ne·quí·vo·ca·men·te; ciertamente, conclusivamente

quotable
Hondo en la naturaleza de todas estas carreras nobles allí acecha inequívocamente al animal de rapiña (prey), la bestia rubia, lujuriosamente deambulando en busca del botín y la victoria.

Deep in the nature of all these noble races there lurks unmistakably the beast of prey, the blond beast, (lujuriosamente deambulando) lustfully roving in search of booty and victory. Frederick Nietzsche

9

impreciso, borroso, poco definido,

ambiguo, confuso, indefinido

desdibujado, desenfocado,

equívoco, que se confunde fácilmente, turbio

impreciso, borroso, poco definido, ambiguo, confuso, desdibujado, desenfocado, equívoco, indefinido, que se confunde fácilmente, turbio

10

In an ambiguous manner; ambiguously; no intention to compromise on anything at all

sin intención de compromiso en nada en absoluto: with unwillingness to a commitment of any kind, evasively, equivocally, guardedly, noncommittally

a dos luces, am·bi·gua·men·te, sin intención de compromiso en nada en absoluto

In an ambiguous manner; ambiguously; no intention to compromise on anything at all

sin intención de compromiso en nada en absoluto: with unwillingness to a commitment of any kind, evasively, equivocally, guardedly, noncommittally

11

deep, profound

Def. of Hondo: Having great spatial extension or penetration downward or inward from an outer surface or backward or laterally or outward from a center; sometimes used in combination.

N.: profundity, depth
definitions
Intellectual depth; penetrating knowledge; keen insight; etc. | The quality of being physically deep.

hon·do; profundo, abismal,
de profundidad, grave

noun: profundity, depth
hondura, profundidad

definitions of Hondo n.:
Intellectual depth; penetrating knowledge; keen insight; etc. | The quality of being physically deep.

definitions of Hondo adj.:
Que tiene hondura o profundidad. | Situado/a en una zona mucho más baja que la superficie. | Profundo/a, abisal, recóndito/a. || Having great spatial extension or penetration downward or inward from an outer surface or backward or laterally or outward from a center; sometimes used in combination.

antonyms
poco profundo, somero, epidérmico

Example Phrases

hacer más hondo: make deeper
historia que llega hondo: touching story
lo hondo: the deepness
plato hondo: bowl
poco hondo: shallow
que se hace más hondo: deepening
respirar hondo: take a deep breath

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evasively, equivocally, noncommittally

e·va·si·va·men·te; e·quí·vo·ca·men·te; es·cu·rri·di·za·men·te
evasively, equivocally, noncommittally

evasively: with evasives

definitions
With evasion; in an evasive manner. || Califica a una acción o a un proceso que se realiza de una forma evasiva [incluyendo o procurando tener una salida o escapatoria].
examples
Her husband seemed to know many of the people who were named, but he replied evasively when asked who they were.

Example Phrases
act evasively: actuar con

answered evasively: contestado con evasivas
speak evasively: actuar con evasiones
talk evasively: hablar con evasivas

13

guardedly; carefully; cautiously,

warily; gingerly, prudently,

cagily, circumspectly, heedfully


antonyms
trustfully, trustingly, unsuspectingly, with trust

cau·te·lo·sa·men·te; cui·da·do·sa·men·te; cau·te·lo·sa·men·te
guardedly; carefully; cautiously,

pre·ve·ni·da·men·te; cau·te·lo·so; pru·den·te·men·te
warily; gingerly, prudently


14

incautamente, atolondradamente, irreflexivamente
Incautiously; thoughtlessly (confusedly); irreflexibly (impulsively)

pre·ci·pi·ta·da·men·te, te·me·ra·ria·men·te, far·fu·lla·da·men·te
Precipitately (hastily); recklessly (brashly); thoughtlessly (recklessly)

pre·ci·pi·to·sa·men·te, a·lo·ca·da·men·te, con poco juicio
precipitately (on the spur of the moment, recklessly, at breakneck speed); madly (foolishly, in a desperate manner); injudiciously

con temeridad, de forma temeraria, de modo peligroso
recklessly; recklessly; dangerously

1) de·sa·con·se·ja·da·men·te; 2) des·con·cer·ta·da·men·te; 3) des·con·si·de·ra·da·men·te
1) unadvisedly (inadvisably, unwisely); 2) in a confused way (hazily, thoughtlessly); 3) inconsiderately (discourteously, thoughtlessly)


in·cons·cien·te·men·te, in·dis·cre·ta·men·te, in·sen·sa·ta·men·te
1) unconsciously, (subconsciously, unknowingly, unwittingly); 2) indiscreetly, (injudiciously); 3) senselessly (crassly, unwisely)


irresponsablemente, sin pensar, insipientemente «Formal»

incautamente, atolondradamente, irreflexivamente
Incautiously; thoughtlessly (confusedly); irreflexibly (impulsively)

pre·ci·pi·ta·da·men·te, te·me·ra·ria·men·te, far·fu·lla·da·men·te
Precipitately (hastily); recklessly (brashly); thoughtlessly (recklessly)

pre·ci·pi·to·sa·men·te, a·lo·ca·da·men·te, con poco juicio
precipitately (on the spur of the moment, recklessly, at breakneck speed); madly (foolishly, in a desperate manner); injudiciously

con temeridad, de forma temeraria, de modo peligroso
recklessly; recklessly; dangerously

1) de·sa·con·se·ja·da·men·te; 2) des·con·cer·ta·da·men·te; 3) des·con·si·de·ra·da·men·te
1) unadvisedly (inadvisably, unwisely); 2) in a confused way (hazily, thoughtlessly); 3) inconsiderately (discourteously, thoughtlessly)


in·cons·cien·te·men·te, in·dis·cre·ta·men·te, in·sen·sa·ta·men·te
1) unconsciously, (subconsciously, unknowingly, unwittingly); 2) indiscreetly, (injudiciously); 3) senselessly (crassly, unwisely)


irresponsablemente, sin pensar, insipientemente «Formal»


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mechanically, by force of habit, by force of habit alone, by rote

mechanically; irreflexibly (impulsively, thoughtlessly); mechanically (automatically)

as a matter of routine, by force of habit; unconsciously (subconsciously, unwittingly); mechanically (by memory)

by force of habit; mechanically, by heart, by rote

ma·qui·nal·men·te; i·rre·fle·xi·va·men·te; me·cá·ni·ca·men·te
mechanically; irreflexibly (impulsively, thoughtlessly); mechanically (automatically)

por rutina; in·cons·cien·te·men·te; me·mo·rís·ti·ca·men·te
as a matter of routine, by force of habit ; unconsciously (subconsciously, unwittingly); mechanically (by memory)

por la fuerza de la costumbre; de carretilla
by force of habit; mechanically, by heart, by rote

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con discreción, diplomáticamente, sabiamente

a lo discreto, cautelosamente, con tacto,

de modo circunspecto, prudentemente, con circunspección

con discreción, diplomáticamente, sabiamente

a lo discreto, cautelosamente, con tacto,

de modo circunspecto, prudentemente, con circunspección

17

con conocimiento, a sabiendas, acordadamente,

adrede, advertidamente,

astutamente, deliberadamente, intencionadamente,

prevenidamente, aposta, de intento,

deliberativamente, preconcebidamente, premeditadamente

con conocimiento, a sabiendas, acordadamente,

adrede, advertidamente,

astutamente, deliberadamente, intencionadamente,

prevenidamente, aposta, de intento,

deliberativamente, preconcebidamente, premeditadamente

18


cagily, circumspectly, heedfully

with great care, accurately, in close detail,

minutely, scrupulously, painstakingly


cagily, circumspectly, heedfully

with great care, accurately, in close detail,

minutely, scrupulously, painstakingly

19

Careful

carefully-chosen: cuidadosamente escogido

carefully-rehearsed: cuidadosamente ensayado

carefully-staged:



Example Phrases
act carefully
actuar cuidadosamente
aim carefully
afinar la puntería
choose one's words carefully
escoger sus palabras cuidadosamente
choose very carefully
escoger muy cuidadosamente
consider carefully
considerar cuidadosamente
drive carefully
manejar con cuidado
examine carefully
mirar de cerca
go carefully
ir con tiento
hide very carefully
esconder cuidadosamente
listen carefully
poner el oído
listen carefully to
escuchar cuidadosamente
listen very carefully
aplicar el oído
look carefully
mirar atentamente
move carefully
moverse con precaución
proceed carefully
proceder con cautela
sniff carefully
oliscar
speak carefully
hablar cuidadosamente
think it out very carefully
pensar dos veces
think it over carefully
consultar con la almohada
think over carefully
consultar con la almohada
very carefully
muy cuidadosamente
walk carefully
caminar cuidadosamente
watch carefully for
aguardar cautelosamente

20

Do what you do carefully. | Haz lo que haces con cuidado.

Do what you do carefully. | Haz lo que haces con cuidado.

21


actuar prudentemente: act prudently
dignified:


actuar prudentemente: act prudently

22

Handle them carefully, for words have more power than atom bombs | Manióbrelos cuidadosamente, pues las palabras tienen más poder que las bombas atómicas. Pearl Strachen

Handle them carefully, for words have more power than atom bombs | Manióbrelos cuidadosamente, pues las palabras tienen más poder que las bombas atómicas. Pearl Strachen

23

with neglect, unmindful, with disregard

with neglect, unmindful, with disregard

24

in a carefree way, inadvertently, perfunctory

in a carefree way, inadvertently, perfunctory

25

by an oversight, clumsily, due to forgetfulness,

by an oversight, clumsily, due to forgetfulness,

26

lighthearted, nonchalant, cursory, hurried

lighthearted, nonchalant, cursory, hurried

27

Antipático: mean

Simpático: Nice

28

necessary, worthwhile, or appropriate (behoove)

ne·ce·sa·rio; va·le·de·ro; a·pro·pia·do

Ant: su·per·fluo ;in·vá·li·do/a ;im·pro·pio

vá·li·do: in·vá·li·do/a


adjective
1. (essential) «Situational, qualifying»
translations
necesario, obligatorio, compulsorio, forzoso, imprescindible, indispensable, preciso, prioritario

29

Indespensible; vital; essential

im·pres·cin·di·ble; vi·tal; in·dis·pen·sa·ble

imprevisto; ;i·na·pro·pia·do