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servil

  
      adj  
1    (=poco apreciado)  
[actitud, comportamiento]  
servile, obsequious  
[trabajo]  
menial
2    [imitación, estilo]   slavish
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'servil' found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
n.
la persona servil
n.
la imitación servil
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"servil": examples and translations in context
Quería probarle que era cobarde y servil. And I wanted to show he was a coward and servile.
No toleraré a ese servil mojigato espiándome. I won't tolerate that servile prig spying on me.
Mostrar bondad no significa ser servil, o tener un cerebro adormecido. Showing kindness is not being subservient, or being a dull-brain.
Si quieres hacer algo bueno, no puedes ser servil con el cliente. If you want to make something good, you can't be subservient to the customer.
Este pueblo está lleno de viudas ricas dispuestas a pagar una atención servil. This town is full of rich widows willing to pay slavish attention.
En los países latinoamericanos el fascismo es la expresión de la dependencia más servil del imperialismo extranjero. In the Latin-American countries fascism is the expression of the most slavish dependence on foreign imperialism.
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