Translation of tame in Spanish:


manso, adj.

Pronunciation: /teɪm//teɪm/


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    (by nature) manso
    (by nature) dócil
    (tamed) domado
    (tamed) domesticado
    sumiso derogatory
    acomodaticio derogatory
    we have a tame mechanic who'll fix that for you tenemos un mecánico muy servicial que te lo puede arreglar
    • Instead of importing tame pigs, people from several different countries domesticated the animals themselves.
    • Thankfully the donkeys and cows were tame, and were easily chased out of camp if they got too close.
    • You can make a good fist of doing it, but in the end you have to come to terms with the fact that you are not dealing with a tame beast.
    • One internet site agrees, declaring the animals to be ‘noble and tame dogs with the family, but distrustful of strangers’.
    • I took her to the petting zoo, which has tame goats to pet.
    • A tiny multicoloured parrot flew from shoulder to shoulder to peer at us inquisitively, while a small tame monkey searched for fleas in our hair.
    • These efforts produced a relatively tame dog, able and willing to track and to hunt.
    • Be aware that injured animals, even tame pets will bite savagely if given a chance.
    • Matthew, for a contract to be valid, there are actually lots of gritty details and for that reason it's sometimes not a bad idea to see a tame lawyer.
    • Anyone with a tame doctor (which would be everyone I know) can get an excuse note for those.
    • It seems that they may not have expected to find that the man would be so tame and co-operative as to give them a free hand to engage in their business and flee the scene.
    • I had to feed the chooks each night, help with making the butter and look after our tame pig.
    • Although most of the park's lions are tame, lions are, after all, still lions.
    • Reports in Shanghai's usually tame newspapers complained that journalists were barred from approaching the mine.
    • The mother cat's quite tame and not very old herself, and the kittens are probably around 5-6 weeks old.
    • The wild creature was only tame under her hands.
    • With a tame sister republic to the north, the Belgian departments were lightly garrisoned by troops not expecting to be used to keep domestic order.
    • She's intending to visit again, with a sister in-tow, and possibly once more with a tame builder who will advise her on the practicability of extending the house.
    • A few tame lambs scamper around, probably bottle fed, and a single donkey nibbles at the grass among the goat-hair tents.
    • On the other hand, religion makes brave valiant men meek tame and cowardly such that they refuse to shed blood even for their motherland.
    • He used this to block his mother's attempts to re-examine his father with her own tame doctors.
    • But the public's current disillusionment with tame government scientists in the wake of BSE is high.
    • It takes all the fun out of it if people think you have a tame journalist rather than being able to command headlines on your own merits.
    • The newsroom became the home of the tame dissident and the compliant office holder.
    • Almost every other tame creature - from the dog to the horse - came to our homes under very specific circumstances, unlike the cat.
    • She's a very tame beast, and she accepts the bit well as long as you ride her smoothly.
    • The 1911 Protection of Animals Act prohibits the hunting of tame or domestic animals.
    • After their initial statements, all of the parties kept a careful silence, with the complete acquiescence of a tame media.
    • He has never encountered any tame animals besides dogs.
    • The biotech companies and their tame scientists are using other people's poverty to engineer their own enrichment.
    • Feigning a serious illness, he arranges for him to have a tame doctor prescribe an ocean voyage to Hawaii as a cure.
    • So I think there are a number of people within the Met who are feeding information to what they regard as tame reporters.
    • He said that it must be remembered that elephants are not naturally tame.
    • Children enjoy the farm setting and the tame farm animals.
    • If an animal is domesticated or tame, there would be lesser reason to fear that such an animal would pose a threat to the public.
    • But I realize that it was very tame advice today, but that for many people, it was still very, very, perfectly valid.
    • An exciting experience then, but very tame compared with today's high-speed jet travel.
    • If you like village detective stories with a couple of murders - fine, but compared to today's stories they are so tame!
    • Meet and greets like this are usually pretty tame affairs.
    • But some think the story of a drowning marsh and a heart-warmingly functional Mormon family is too tame.
    • Overall it was a rather tame affair with no controversy on any subject.
    • Compared with the second half the opening half was a tame affair.
    • Now I'm not a big fan of such parades, but this one sounds pretty tame even according to the people opposed to them.
    • These films are really tame, innocent adventures, offering a real, if occasionally warped view of the South.
    • There were only a few rapids and they were extremely tame.
    • By modern rock standards we were tame, but at the time, it was something new that people had never seen before.
    • Pretty tame by some people's standards, no doubt, but plenty of excitement for us.
    • It was a pretty tame affair compared to last year.
    • The festival in her honour was a tame affair until a few years ago.
    • I responded rather half-heartedly with a fairly tame story from my past, and chucked her the names of a few people who I thought might be better suited.
    • But they were tame responses compared with those by Democrats.
    • Her parents had seemed responsible and tame, but they weren't.
    • I didn't like the bars and my social life was pretty tame and domestic.
    • On the pitch, the game was a much more tame affair.
    • The subpoena hearing, which is normally a tame affair, was contentious because the music industry sees it as a test case.
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    soso informal

transitive verb

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    (wild animal) domar
    (stray) domesticar
    domeñar literary
    domeñar literary
    nobody could tame her era indomable