In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1.1(of fabric) ligereza feminine(of fabric) lo liviano Latin America(of steering) suavidad feminine(of cake) lo ligero(of cake) lo liviano Latin Americashe plays the piano with great lightness of touch — toca el piano con gran delicadeza / sutileza
1.2(of traffic)lo fluido
1.3(of task) sencillez feminine(of punishment) levedad feminine(of punishment) lo poco severo
1.4(of answer, attitude)ligereza feminine
2.1(brightness)claridad feminineluminosidad feminine
2.2(of color)lo claro
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