She is gentle.
The soft gentle sunlight beckoned me off to sleep.
A gentle wind made ripples on the surface of the pond.
I'm going with Ken. He is cool, gentle and smart. What's more, he is single!
A camel is a gentle and pleasant tame beast whereof there are plenty in Africa especially in the Deserts of Libya, Numidia and Barbary by which Africans estimate their own wealth.
He seems rough, but at heart he is very gentle.
her gentle voice / a gentle breeze / a gentle, sensitive man
Be gentle with the kittens. They’re very young.
You know, I always hoped somebody gentle and caring might come along.
Ewes bleat to call their lambs, the most gentle and meekest of animals.
Aunt Alexandra managed to smile to Cousin Lily that conveyed a gentle apology to her
It was quite gentle exercise so I wasn’t too tired.
The scenery was gentler, neater, and more ordered than at home.
Being very clever and gentle, this dog is a good companion to me.
Angielskie słowo "łagodny" (gentle) występuje w zestawach:dział człowiek cechy charakteru longmanINFOMINT English: Człowiek - cechy osobowościFiszki z książki - "The Sepoy" (Edmund Candler)angielski słówka- rodzina, ubrania, cechy charakte...Fiszki z książki - "Wells Brothers" (Andy Adams)
I prefer mild flavours.
She looked at him in mild surprise. mild cheese
Spring brings mild weather after the cold winter.
The winter has been mild this year but according to the forecast there might be some snow
He is so mild in disposition that I have never heard him speak in a loud voice.
An umbrella is useful in a mild rain, but when it rains cats and dogs an umbrella is of little help.
This mild soap won't irritate your skin.
Diarrhoea when reported was mainly mild or moderate in severity.
Doctors say that even mild exercise such as walking is beneficial.
Is it mild?
It’s quite mild by September. The summer heat has gone.
She can't accept even mild criticism of her work.
With a mild, bright night like today, I always feel like going for a stroll at midnight.
Angielskie słowo "łagodny" (mild) występuje w zestawach:37 i 38 oraz 39 kolumna💆Świat przyrody LONGMAN Unit 13Klimat\Pogoda\Klęski żywiołoweEnglish file unit 4forces of nature
The last to leave was a tall man, with a pale face and smooth, black hair.
You should smooth the door before painting it. My skin is so smooth after using this cream.
The car's improved suspension gives a much smoother ride thanearlier models.
I didn't envision him as a Klingon speaker; his forehead was too smooth.
Your presentation was so smooth and fluent - what can I say?
The mountains, too, at a distance appear airy masses and smooth, but seen near at hand, they are rough.
This is a smooth wine, which goes down easy.
Then it draws more silky lines across these spokes, leaving a smooth, non-sticky patch in the middle of the web.
It certainly feels smooth when you run the shaver over your skin.
I've had my hair removed permanently, so my skin is smooth.
The unusual style of the original isn’t served by the rather smooth translation.
smooth descent or gentle rise from its discreet hiding place in the ceiling or the floor.
A smooth surface of road, water...
gładki jak smoothy soczek
Angielskie słowo "łagodny" (smooth) występuje w zestawach:p.s. i love yousposoby gotowania
Doug is normally placid, so we were all shocked to see him yelling at the television when the Mets lost the game.
a placid baby/horse
a placid expression/face; the placid waters of the lake
She was a very placid child who slept all night and hardly ever cried.
a slow-moving and placid river
her singular yet placid cast of beauty
"I will learn of them soon enough on my own," the Emperor countered placidly.
Now that he's retired, Yves can look forward to a contented and placid life.
Angielskie słowo "łagodny" (placid) występuje w zestawach:Człowiek - decriptors of low rangeVocabulary II - Character and Personalityang artykuł z gazety 3
Tom is too lenient with his students.
They think their new teacher is still too lenient.
he was too lenient with cases concerning what were
the judge was lenient
He asked the judge to pass a lenient sentence.
company commander should not be lenient for his subordinated soldiers.
In view of the quantity of drugs involved, 16 years was the most lenient sentence (= punishment) the judge could impose.
The penalties will be seen abroad as a lenient.
lenient with: The judge was lenient with her as this was her first offence.
1) It is easy to be lenient at other people's expense, and call it generosity of mind. 2) My parents were pretty lenient with me. But, they gave me morality while I was growing up. They taught me the difference between right and wrong.
He tended to be lenient toward the children.
Extenuating circumstances led the judge to pass a more lenient sentence.
Angielskie słowo "łagodny" (lenient) występuje w zestawach:słówka czytanie chpater 1,2, 3