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  1. Rosane
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    " acomodado"

    Iīd love to know how to say acomodado in English, accommodated? complied? In the sense of a person who doesnīt worry to much about things, everything is ok, you know?


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    #2

    Re: " acomodado"

    ?? adaptable

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    #3

    Re: " acomodado"

    hi,
    it's a brazilian term, isn't it?
    regards

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    #4

    Re: " acomodado"

    You mean something like "to live in harmony with xy"?

    A person can be light-hearted or may have a sunny or cheerful temperament.

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    Last edited by Snowcake; 07-Apr-2008 at 01:17.


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    Re: " acomodado"

    Quote Originally Posted by Rosane View Post
    Iīd love to know how to say acomodado in English, accommodated? complied? In the sense of a person who doesnīt worry too much about things, everything is ok, you know?
    You may mean an "easy going" person, Rosane.

    He/She's really easy going.


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    #6

    Re: " acomodado"

    Thank you very much, I donīt know if this is what I want, itīs a negative meaning of a person who is very "still", inactive, you know?


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    #7

    Re: " acomodado"

    the thanks above was for angelika, but I thank all of you.....
    and confirm that the word I want has a negative meaning, ok?


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    #8

    Re: " acomodado"

    Yes, it is...

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    #9

    Re: " acomodado"

    A couch potato is a very lazy person, an "acomodado". I don't know if it's more of an american expression or if it's "general english" though.


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    Re: " acomodado"

    Quote Originally Posted by Snowcake View Post
    You mean something like "to live in harmony with xy"?

    A person can be light-hearted or may have a sunny or cheerful temperament.

    Snowcake
    Did you get what I said? Sorry, but itīs my first time here, and Iīm still a little lost....but It has a negative meaning, not easygoing or so.

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