Translation of slowly in Spanish:


lentamente, adv.

Pronunciation /ˈsləʊli//ˈsloʊli/


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    • Rebus nodded slowly and walked over to the bus driver, crouched down in front of him.
    • The beans had been cooked slowly and infused with all the delicious juices as a result.
    • When loading it on, move slowly from one side of the spool to the other and back again.
    • He turned slowly and shuffled back to his seat behind the counter and turned up the radio.
    • My eyes move slowly up the length of a fish, it must be thirty inches or more in length.
    • So I slowly took steps forward with my hands out in front of me and collided with a wall.
    • Count slowly from ten to zero, one number for each breath, and try to clear your mind.
    • An ordinary roll of green hay is placed on rollers which spin it round very slowly.
    • The art of a long day of music is to start big, and then to drop down and build slowly throughout the day.
    • His wife has left him for somebody else and he is slowly losing his mind to drugs.
    • After some time we realised that our line was moving much more slowly than the others.
    • Break up the chocolate and melt it slowly in a glass bowl over a saucepan of simmering water.
    • She held it to his mouth and slowly tilted it forward, letting him gulp down the tea.
    • This is a very unusual situation and we have to take the matter very slowly and carefully.
    • Either way, the audience slowly becomes aware that it is in the presence of a madman.
    • Love can grow slowly out of warmth and companionship and none of us should be afraid to seek it.
    • There will be a short pause as the bait is taken in, then the skate will slowly move away.
    • I slowly climb out of bed, not taking my eyes off the mouse for even a second and cross the room.
    • The cars moved off slowly and up the steep track to come hurtling down and spinning round.
    • She slowly walked forward with one hand in front of her until she touched the barrier.