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    quiet-spoken

    I can find the meaning for "quiet-spoken" could somemone please help me.

    thanks

    Sandro, from Brazil

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    Re: quiet-spoken

    It's a person with a quiet voice, that's all.

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    Re: quiet-spoken

    thanks for your repply

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