galante translation | Spanish-English dictionary

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galante

  
      adj  
1    [hombre]   (=caballeroso)   gallant  
(=atento)  
charming, attentive   (to women)     
(=cortés)  
polite, urbane frm  
2    arcaico  
[mujer]  
flirtatious, flirty  
pey   wanton, licentious
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
"galante": examples and translations in context
Entonces estuvo el galante Capitán Tenant, y... Then there was the gallant Captain Tenant, and...
Larry, jamás harías algo tan galante. Why, Larry, you'd never do anything so gallant.
Fue muy galante y cortés... un poco incómodo. He was very correct and gallant in all things... a little awkward.
Por ser tan honrado y galante. Because he is so honorable and gallant and good natured.
Estaba con mi galante protector, Sung Ching. I was with my gallant protector, Sung Ching.
El honorable y galante caballero en persona. Captain Dobbin! The honorable and gallant gentleman himself.
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