liberal


liberal
adj.
1 liberal.
2 lax, licentious, permissive, liberal.
f. & m.
liberal, freethinker.
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liberal
adjetivo
1 liberal
nombre masulino o femenino
1 liberal
2 (del partido liberal) Liberal
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adj.
liberal
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1. ADJ
1) (Pol) liberal
2) (=tolerante) liberal, open-minded
3) (=generoso) liberal, generous
4) [profesión] liberal
2.
SMF liberal
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I
adjetivo liberal
II
masculino y femenino Liberal
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I
adjetivo liberal
II
masculino y femenino Liberal
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liberal1
1 = liberal.
Nota: Nombre.

Ex: It beggars belief that the liberals view the golly as a racist artefact of unenlightened times.

liberal2
2 = liberal, liberal-minded, freewheeling [free-wheeling].

Ex: This article suggests that to limit research to that which is useful is a conservative reaction from a seemingly liberal profession.

Ex: Almost without exception libraries have agreed with the liberal-minded who wanted to make the immigrants' transition into a new society as painless as possible.
Ex: The culture that grew around this institution was even more freewheeling than it is today.
* actitud liberal = liberal attitude.
* artes liberales, las = liberal arts, the.
* chica liberal = flapper.
* neoliberal = neo-liberal [neo liberal].
* Partido Liberal Democrático, el = Liberal Democrats, the.

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liberal1
adjective
1 ‹política/régimen› liberal
2 (tolerante) liberal
son liberales en cuanto a la educación de sus hijos they have a liberal approach to their children's upbringing
3 (generoso) generous, liberal
liberal2
masculine and feminine
Liberal
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liberal adjetivo
liberal
■ sustantivo masculino y femenino
Liberal
liberal
I adjetivo
1 Pol liberal
Partido Liberal, Liberal Party
2 (comprensivo) liberal, open-minded
3 (espléndido, generoso) generous, liberal
II mf liberal
'liberal' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
ancha
- ancho
- comulgar
- progre
- tesis
- esquema
- letra
- licenciado
- profesión
English:
broad-minded
- liberal
- liberal arts
- Liberal Party
- -minded
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liberal
adj
1. [en política] liberal
2. [tolerante] liberal
3. [generoso] liberal
nmf
1. [en política] liberal
2. [tolerante] liberal
3. [generoso] liberal
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liberal
I adj liberal
II m/f liberal
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liberal adj & nmf
: liberal
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liberal adj n liberal

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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