Traducción de lithe en español:

lithe

ágil, adj.

Pronunciación: /lʌɪð//laɪð/

adjetivo

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    ágil
    • I want to be thin and lithe and healthy and get rid of all this illness, all this frustration, all this hatred.
    • For the inaugural event, the dancers' lithe bodies were swathed in white.
    • His lithe, muscular body shifted under the black chain mail he wore over a thin tunic.
    • She swung herself easily from hold to hold, her lithe body moving almost joyfully up the rock.
    • He's slumped on the sofa, the lithe body swamped by a shapeless and shabby burgundy cardigan held together with a giant safety pin.
    • He's the lithe and supple hunter no more and, like me, he's settling happily into retired status.
    • The shadows coalesced in front of her, forming a thin, lithe form taller than she was.
    • With one hand on the hilt of her short sword, the lithe figure began running.
    • The lithe figure spoke briefly with the two men who were guarding the prisoners.
    • Show me lithe, well-honed bodies and I'm ready to sign up for classes.
    • He looked graceful and lithe, like a man who could take care of himself.
    • Her hair is so long that it frames her lithe body beautifully, forming a stark contrast to her fair skin.
    • Hung on a stark frame, it was a mould of her long, lithe body.
    • He's a lithe, flexible performer who plays at high speed and never seems to fatigue.
    • She goes to the gym three times a week to build up strength and stamina, and to keep her already lithe frame toned.
    • Her lithe body whipped around, talons slicing throats and underbellies as she attacked relentlessly.
    • She could feel the strength his lithe body possessed, even wounded and laying on a table.
    • There was altogether a lithe gracefulness about him that was quite un-doglike.
    • One of my coworkers is a tall, lanky guy who is amazingly lithe and flexible.
    • On the glass panel of the telephone box a lithe figure of ambiguous gender was blowing a trumpet fanfare to celebrate his arrival.