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sereno

  
a       adj  
1    (=apacible)  
[persona]  
calm, serene  
[cara, expresión]  
serene
2      (Meteo)  
[tiempo]  
settled, fine  
[cielo]  
cloudless, clear
3    (=calmado)  
[ambiente]  
calm, quiet  
[tarde, noche]  
still, peaceful  
[aguas]  
calm, still
4    (=sobrio)  
estar sereno      to be sober  
b       sm  
1    (=humedad)   night dew  
dormir al sereno      to sleep out in the open  
le perjudica el sereno      the night air is bad for her  
2    (=vigilante)   night watchman
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
estar sereno exp.
to be sober

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Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
exp.
to sleep out in the open
exp.
the night air is bad for her
exp.
to look for a job as a night watchman
exp.
they thought I was something the cat dragged in
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'sereno' also found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
exp.
el sereno
exp.
tuve que obligarme {or} forzarme a permanecer sereno
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"sereno": examples and translations in context
Tratamos de crear un ambiente sereno. We're trying to create a serene atmosphere here.
Me imaginé que un capitán sería más sereno. I figured a captain would be more serene.
La revisión intermedia debe constituir un claro y sereno momento de análisis y discusión. The mid-term review should be a time for clear, calm analysis and stocktaking.
Estás extrañamente sereno, lo que sólo aumenta mi completo y absoluto terror. You're oddly calm, which only adds to my complete and utter terror.
Rolf, éste es el nuevo sereno. Rolf, this is the new night watchman.
Uno de los primeros desaparecidos fue un sereno. One of the first to vanish was a night watchman.
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