What is the Spanish adjective for neat?
limpio, ordenado .... the best one is pulcro but it's rather formal
The noun form for the adjective neat is neatness.
The word 'neat' is not a verb. The word 'neat' is an adjective, a word used to describe a noun. The noun form of the adjective 'neat' is neatness. The verb form is to neaten.
Its an adjective.
Neatly is an adverb. Neat is the adjective form.
The word 'neatly' is the adverb form of the adjective 'neat'. The abstract noun form of the adjective 'neat' is neatness.
The abstract noun form for the adjective neat is neatness.
Neighborly is a positive adjective. Neat is a positive adjective.
Adjectives of home: warm, wonderful, lovely, neat, tidy Home as an adjective: homey.
Yes, it is. Neat typically means orderly, or clean. It can mean an alcoholic beverage served without water or additives. Colloquially, it means excellent or terrific (e.g. a neat trick, a really neat car).
No, it's the comparative form of neat (an adjective).
No, it is an adverb. The form -LY almost always indicates an adverb form. The adjective form is "neat".
Spanish is a proper adjective.
Yes, Spanish is a proper adjective.
No, it is not. Dapper is a somewhat archaic adjective for neat or well-dressed.
That is the correct spelling of the adjective "tidy" (clean, neat, orderly).
Neat already is an adjective. If you're looking for synonyms (words that basically means the same thing) some are tidy, clean, and organized.
The adjective for ""dead" in Spanish is muerto/a.
Nice, notable, normal, neat
Spanish can be both a noun and adjective. As a noun, Spanish is a language. As an adjective, it describes anything that is Spanish (like Spanish Rice).
Yes, it is. Spanish is a proper adjective to describe people or things in or from Spain.
The adverb form of the adjective tidy is tidily. It means in a tidy or neat manner.
Some adjectives that rhyme with sweet are: complete fleet Neat replete
Not usually. It is an adjective, and only an adverb informally, when it takes the place of the adverb form neatly. Used with verbs such as serve or keep, it is technically still an adjective.
The Spanish word is adjetivo.
The noun Spanish (the people of Spain) is a proper noun, the name of a specific people. A proper noun is always capitalized. The word Spanish is also an adjective (the Spanish language), a proper adjective. A proper adjective is always capitalized.
The adjective in Spanish is ilustrado/ilustrada.
No, the word Spanish is not an adverb at all. The word Spanish is an adjective and a noun.
Hermoso (masculine) or hermosa (feminine) is an adjective beginning with H in the Spanish language. It translates to "beautiful".
The proper adjective for Spain would be Spanish, as in Spanish cooking. Note that the correct term for nationals of Spain is Spaniard, but many people refer to "the Spanish" in the plural.
No, the word Spanish is a noun and an adjective. The noun 'Spanish' is a proper noun, a word for the language of Spain or the people of Spain. A proper noun is always capitalized. The adjective 'Spanish' is a proper adjective, a word that describes a noun as of or from Spain. A proper adjective is always capitalized. A pronoun is a word that takes the place of a noun in a sentence. Example… Read More
The possessive adjective form in Spanish is su (which is also his or her).
Spanish is the corresonding adjective to the noun Spain.
Hoteles en Barcelona in Spanish means hotels in Barcelona. It is neat that it doesn't look much different in English then it does in Spanish. A lot of words in Spanish are that way.
Yes the word Spanish is a proper noun if you are referring to the Spanish people. If not, it will be an adjective: as in, a Spanish restaurant.
The Spanish for 'evil' is 'malo' (adjective) 'mal' (noun)
'oficial' (Spanish) = 'official' (English) - noun and adjective
The adjective is "tradicional."
It means "adjective."
As an adjective, "feminino".
This is really a combination of a verb and an adjective in both languages. In English, this is the verb "to be" plus the modifier "full". In Spanish, this is the verb "estar" and the adjective "lleno/a". So "to be full" in Spanish is "Estar lleno/a". The related Spanish verb "llenar" means "to fill".
Hermoso is the Spanish word for beautiful for male words. Bonita is the female adjective.
morte is not a Spanish word. It is the French feminine adjective for "dead".
The Spanish adjective is spelled transparente (the word for obvious is obvio/obvia).
Adjectives that describe a room: bright cheery dingy enormous fancy gorgeous homey multipurpose neat plain spacious tidy tiny
"To open" is "abrir". "Abierto" is the adjective.
It is a spanish word (adjective) for "being born"
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The Spanish adjective 'constante' = constant The Spanish noun 'constancia' = constancy The Spanish name 'Constanza' = Constance
(adjective, in order) Synonyms include neat, arranged, organized, precise, systematic, or methodical. (adjective, comportment) Synonyms include disciplined, behaved, restrained, or decorous. (noun, person) Synonyms include attendant, assistant, aide, or helper.