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submisso

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      adj   submissive, docile
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"submisso": examples and translations in context
Jesus voltou de Jerusalém com Maria e José para Nazaré, onde viveu submisso a eles (cfr. Lc 2, 51). From Jerusalem Jesus went back with Mary and Joseph to Nazareth where he was obedient to them (Lk 2:51).
Sabe-se que o Redentor passou grande parte da sua vida no recanto escondido de Nazaré, «submisso» (Lc 2, 51) como «filho do homem» a Maria, sua Mãe, e a José, o carpinteiro. We know that the Redeemer spent most of his life in the obscurity of Nazareth, «obedient» (Lk 2:51) as the «Son of Man» to Mary his Mother, and to Joseph the carpenter.
Ajuda o dominante a manter o submisso motivado, leal e excitado. Allows the dominant to keep the submissive one motivated, Loyal, and aroused.
O parceiro dominante faz o submisso se sentir invencível. The dominant partner makes the submissive one feel invincible.
Ó, perdoe-me, pedaço de terra ensangüentado... que eu seja submisso e gentil com estes carniceiros. O, pardon me, thou bleeding piece of earth, that I am meek and gentle with these butchers.
"Perdoa-me pedaço de terra sobredor por se submisso e dócil com estes carniceiros." Oh, pardon me, thou bleeding piece of earth, that I am meek and gentle with these butchers.
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