There are 2 main translations of pacific in Spanish

: pacific1Pacific2

pacific1

pacífico, adj.

Pronunciation /pəˈsɪfɪk//pəˈsɪfɪk/

adjective

literary

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    pacífico
    • And it is hard to find anyone who speaks with administration officials off the record who believes their publicly pacific intentions.
    • He seemed a pacific, reform-minded monarch, and educated liberals hoped for great things from him.
    • Gulls fluttered above the breakers, sentries at the entrance to this more pacific kingdom.
    • Your winning strategy is one of pacific resistance rather than dynamic offensive today.
    • Thus, even though all states may possess thoroughly pacific intentions, international competition and conflict may still arise.
    • Sadly, the Empress is quite pacific, though if her intention was to appear worshipful, she didn't quite succeed.
    • In the midst of a violent and haggard existence Thomas takes an hour out of his day to practice piano in the modest living room of a quiet, pacific piano teacher.
    • Enforcing the isolation of this callow and callous ruler is the least that a humane and pacific foreign policy must aim for.
    • Our government is committed… to pursue all diplomatic and political - and hence pacific - efforts to obtain satisfaction.
    • His face was pacific and showing a hint of content.
    • As the cool water slowly soothes away my unjustified frustration, I feel my neck muscles relaxing and know my features are easing back to pacific calm.
    • At first he was reluctant to accept my aid but once I played a soothing and pacific melody from my flute his spirit was calmed.
    • I have taken many out-of-towners along this trail and they often marvel at the pacific nature of the dogs that congregate there.

There are 2 main translations of pacific in Spanish

: pacific1Pacific2

Pacific2

Pronunciation /pəˈsɪfɪk//pəˈsɪfɪk/

noun

  • 1

    the Pacific (Ocean) el (Océano) Pacífico
    • before noun the Pacific Rim los países de la costa del Pacífico