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  1. #1
    Val Guest

    info termini inglesi

    Vorrei sapere qual' la differenza fra i termini suave e debonair.
    Inoltre vorrei sapere se il termine modest corrisponde a riservato.

    Molte grazie

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    Joe from NY Guest

    Re: info termini inglesi

    On Thu, 18 Oct 2012 12:48:49 -0400, Val wrote
    (in article <508032ed$0$13280$4fafbaef.reader2.news.tin.it>) :

    > Vorrei sapere qual' la differenza fra i termini suave e debonair.

    They are synonymous. In fact, the OAD Thesaurus lists "Suave" as the first
    alternate definition for "Debonair," where if you search "Debonair" you'll
    find "Suave" listed as the third alternate.

    They both derive from the French. In fact, "de bon air" is pretty obvious;
    not so much "Suave," which comes from Old French via Latin "suavis."

    Joey from New York
    Among those whom I like or admire, I can find.no common denominator,
    but among those.whom I love, I can: all of them make me laugh.
    . .-- WH Auden

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