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 ⇄Change DirectionTranslation for 'well-bred' from English to Bulgarian
SYNO well-bred | well-mannered
well-bred {adj}благовъзпитан
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Translation for 'well-bred' from English to Bulgarian

well-bred {adj}
благовъзпитан
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Usage Examples English
  • He was known to have chased a well-bred horse through the very rugged country between Yaouk and the headwaters of the Snowy River north west of Adaminaby at the age of 17.
  • Eardley-Wilmot dubbed him in 1765 'the prince of all the male beauties,’ and 'very well bred, polite, and sensible'.
  • The marriage was not happy: Max described her as "a too well-bred wife without a frolic in her nature ...
  • She comes off like what she is, a well-bred young lady doing something that it's very hard to believe she would do.
  • The energy level is typically medium to high, with most of the day spent lounging and activity periods occurring in sporadic bursts. Well bred and properly socialized Thai Ridgebacks make loyal, loving family pets.
  • All authorities agree that he was not only good-looking, but kind and well-bred.
  • Nonetheless, the lower class members of society were his preferred subject matter, as he contended that "well bred people are no fun to paint".
  • Specialising as well-bred but shy heroines in her movies, she was regularly criticized by the public and media for her poor acting.
  • De Queyroz, the great Portuguese historian writing about Dominicus Corea noted that "he was able to read and write like a well bred man."
  • According to local folklore, the barrio of Malutac in Dumangas was famous for its well-bred horses.
  • During a trip to the United States, in contrast with the earlier views of Charles Dickens and others, he found "the well-bred American is generally pleasanter than a well-bred Englishman....
  • Vernon dislikes her, but allows that she is "well bred" and has the air of "a woman of fashion."
  • The 21st century has seen a revival of interest in the Phalène, with its fanciers pointing out that in countries where it is judged together with the Papillon, judges must be familiar enough with the breed standard to appreciate the qualities of a well-bred Phalène, and not confuse its dropped ears with those of a semi-erect eared Papillon, which would suggest a conformation fault.
  •  A well bred and well socialized Sloughi is a stable, attentive, and exceedingly loving family member.
  • George Shields stated that exceedingly well-bred dogs possess the spirit of a thoroughbred racehorse.
  • Higher education promoted career advancement, particularly for an equestrian in Imperial service: "eloquence and learning were considered marks of a well-bred man and worthy of reward".
  • Based on genetic theory, well-bred Goldendoodle should express behaviours intermediate to their parent breeds.
  • Isabella was attractive to Philip as a potential consort being well-bred, shrewd and accomplished.
  • The story had as its subject an "attractive, well-bred young lady", a village girl of the country being deceived into giving a wolf she encountered the information he needed to find her grandmother's house successfully and eat the old woman while at the same time avoiding being noticed by woodcutters working in the nearby forest.
  • catches the right vein of grave extravagance";"exactly catches the tone of well-bred insolence which harmonises best with the author's wit".
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