Traducción de softhearted en Español:

softhearted

bueno, adj.

Pronunciación ///ˌsɔftˈhɑrdəd/

adjetivo

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    bueno
    • When the matron of an African orphan farm decided that the soft-hearted bachelor Mr J L B Matekoni adopt two of her charges, one in a wheelchair, he meekly agreed.
    • I am probably what I consider to be one of the new generations of soft-hearted parents who like to be intimately involved in every aspect of my children's lives.
    • She is very kind, very soft-hearted and always eager to help.
    • Darker and more harrowing is Saved starring Scottish veterans Irene McCallum and Edith McArthur in a poignant tale of a soft-hearted young nurse on a dementia ward.
    • Now, I'm very soft-hearted and happen to know that my meat appears by special act of creation divinely shrink-wrapped on Tesco shelves.
    • Its hero is a man of silent morality from a different era, wide-eyed, soft-hearted and out of place.
    • There are plenty of soft-hearted guys around who'll try to help out a damsel who's clearly in distress.
    • Either it was a case of beggars can't be choosers or the interview panel had not found me too old, white, middle class and soft-hearted after all.
    • He's a soft-hearted romantic behind his leather and greased-lightning exterior.
    • As a young girl Margo had been soft-hearted, always ready to help someone in trouble, always picking up pals.
    • At home, her mother continually berates her soft-hearted salesman father for what she sees as the poor business skills that keep them on the edge of poverty.
    • More important, Moravia's novels offer a bracing counterpoint to today's soft-hearted and headed fiction.
    • He could not believe how that soft-hearted man had even risen to the post he occupied.
    • Although 55 cats for which she cared have been adopted in the last 16 months, not every cat the soft-hearted Alcorn takes in is adoptable.
    • The soft-hearted lady of the lamp tended tirelessly to the wounded of the Crimean War and laid the foundations of modern nursing.
    • He's taken in by the soft-hearted Lilo, a young girl with a passion for animals.
    • Mommy isn't strong enough to protect the family and is too soft-hearted to discipline the children.
    • It seems to have attracted a nice range of comments from soft-hearted animal lovers and those who um, think everyone else's opinions are a load of rubbish.
    • I was surprised to read that one of those soft-hearted Cornish fisherman had put a lobster back in the sea after catching it in one of his pots, because he thought it looked tired and deserved a break.
    • My husband has his opinions, of course, but I'm too soft-hearted to tell her the truth.