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3 Translation results for moderate in Spanish

adjective | noun | verb

moderate adjective

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moderado

Example sentences of
moderate adjective

  • Her doctor recommended moderate exercise.
  • There were moderate levels of chemicals in the lake.
  • drinking moderate amounts of coffee
  • Most of these medicines relieve mild to moderate pain.
  • a family of moderate income
  • a book of moderate length
  • The group met with only moderate success.
  • a writer of moderate talent
  • The hotel offers comfortable rooms at moderate prices.
  • Both moderate Democrats and moderate Republicans can agree on this new law.

Synonyms of
moderate adjective

Detailed synonyms for moderate adjective

Moderate, temperate significan que no es excesivo en grado, cantidad o intensidad.
  • Moderate suele connotar la ausencia o el evitar de todo exceso <a moderate rate of speed>.
  • Temperate connota una limitación o restricción deliberada, y es opuesto a inordinate e intemperate <a temperate climate>.
    antonyms: intemperate, inordinate

moderate noun

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moderates
moderado, -da

Example sentences of
moderate noun

  • Moderates from both political parties have agreed on an economic plan.
  • to the community's detriment, moderates were often shouted down at town meetings by the local hotheads

moderate verb

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moderated, has moderated, is moderating, moderates
moderar, temperar; moderarse, calmarse; fungir como moderador (en un debate, etc.)

Example sentences of
moderate verb

  • The protesters have been unwilling to moderate their demands.
  • She moderates at our office meetings.
  • She moderates our discussions so that we don't argue or talk at the same time.

Detailed synonyms for moderate verb

1. Moderate, qualify, temper, restrain, curb significan modificar para evitar extremos o para mantener dentro de ciertos límites.
  • Moderate recalca la reducción de lo que es excesivo, sin alcanzar necesariamente un nivel óptimo <the bright sun moderated the chill in the air>.
  • Qualify pone el énfasis en una reducción que define y que limita de modo más preciso <qualified her praise with some criticism>.
  • Temper indica el acomodar para satisfacer una necesidad o requisito especial, y connota con frecuencia una adición que contrapesa o mitiga <the good economic news was tempered by warnings>.
    antonyms: intensify
  • Restrain connota refrenarse de actuar o de irse a los extremos <tried to restrain his reckless friends>.
  • Curb sugiere controlar, limitar o reducir algo <took pills to curb her appetite>.
2. See: Abate

Reverse translation for moderate

moderado  - moderate 
moderar  - to temper, to moderate, to curb, to reduce, to chair (a meeting) 
temperar  - to have a change of air, to temper, to moderate 
moderarse  - to restrain oneself, to diminish, to calm down 
calmarse  - to calm down 
fungir como moderador  (en un debate, etc.)
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