Traducción de dignified en Español:

dignified

digno, adj.

Pronunciación /ˈdɪɡnəˌfaɪd//ˈdɪɡnɪfʌɪd/

adjetivo

  • 1

    (reply/person) digno
    (person/reply) circunspecto
    (attitude/silence) digno
    it's not very dignified no es muy decoroso / elegante
    • A discerning crowd that cheers the models, behaves in a dignified manner and overlooks any slight lapses in the show, encourages the models to put their best foot forward.
    • Each group maintained a dignified silence as the marchers passed on their pilgrimage to uphold Republican martyrology.
    • Part of the programme dealt quite nicely with the subject of transvestism, and whilst perhaps the approach was a little too sympathetic, the whole subject was treated in a dignified manner.
    • And he was a very upright, dignified man, respected by one and all.
    • A man of an extraordinary generous nature, he reached out to many down the years and his dignified presence and manner commanded much respect and regard.
    • We're also told that he will make a personal appeal to Congress to handle the nomination process in a dignified manner.
    • The author profiles black Hollywood with a dignified respect it deserves.
    • At this point I chose dignified silence over extended debate.
    • In contrast to the dignified silence from the other side, even slyly whispered accusations are magnified to sound deafeningly crass.
    • However, I have chosen to keep a dignified silence and I will continue to do that.
    • A man of quiet disposition, Andy's dignified manner engendered widespread respect and regard.
    • They've kept a dignified silence, which I'm sure is the best thing to do.
    • The Trust has been rightly praised for its efforts over the last year, conducting itself in a dignified manner, and its continued presence must be reassuring to fans during these troubled times.
    • You will be respected for your dignified demeanour.
    • The physically challenged and the aged need to be taken care of so that they can live in a dignified manner without seeking charity from others.
    • Visually and musically, the film retains a dignified composure.
    • And yet, it is maintaining a dignified silence.
    • If they proceed, I urge the Australian Jewish community, and particularly The Australian Jewish News, to treat it with dignified silence.
    • The Germans, by contrast, have maintained a dignified silence.
    • They have conducted a serious and dignified debate on the issues.
  • 2

    (stately)
    (bearing) majestuoso
    (bearing) señorial