Translation of tactful in Spanish:


de mucho tacto, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈtaktfʊl//ˈtæk(t)fəl//ˈtaktf(ə)l/


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    (person) de mucho tacto
    (person) diplomático
    (question/reply) diplomático
    that wasn't very tactful of him en eso demostró tener muy poco tacto
    • These are the questions at the centre of the author's tactful, patient investigations.
    • If you want to be kind, courteous, gracious and civil, and tactful, God bless you.
    • You're graceful, poised, tactful and exude quite a refined, princess-like presence.
    • I want to ask him about it, but can't think of a tactful way of doing it.
    • So it would appear that from now on I am going to have to be more tactful and diplomatic in my meanderings.
    • The issue was not broached in the most articulate or tactful manner, but it did generate quite a bit of discussion on our opinion pages.
    • Donna may feel conflicted between being tactful and being direct.
    • He must be dignified, he must be tactful and considerate of feelings and of every living creature he sees.
    • I'm not sure I could be as tactful about the whole thing as he is, but when it comes down to it, I guess free speech is what we fight for.
    • His political opinions were on the Right, but he was tactful in not voicing them in the presence of people he knew to be of a different inclination.
    • Maxwell was apparently tired of the tactful, diplomatic route Ralph was always preaching to him.
    • Be a catalyst for change by letting your actions and voices be heard in a diplomatic and tactful manner.
    • Thus, it is crucial that one be tactful and select his words wisely.
    • Do you have suggestions on how to handle the power balance or for tactful ways to request what I want?
    • The agent was one of the most tactful and discreet people that I have ever met in my life.
    • The tactful use of his skills and a clear understanding of the game have made this young man an instant favourite with the crowds in an alien land.
    • Some people are going to be disappointed, so I have been as tactful and constructive as possible.
    • On my way from the lobby I had been musing over a tactful way to approach the interview.
    • Janice, being the tactful veterinarian that I have grown to admire, calmly explained the situation to me in practical terms.
    • Clint and his team were most tactful in giving advice on tactics and fish handling.