English to Igbo Meaning :: subdued

Subdued :
- chịkwaa
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(1) There's subdued lighting, quieter colours and the chefs are now in a kitchen, which is visible from the main foyer.(2) A subdued crowd of tourists from all over Britain and the world gathered with locals to pay their respects at one of 12 salutes taking place around the country and in Gibraltar.(3) We exchanged letters regularly but the man who emerged from jail was a quieter, more subdued individual.(4) Her daughter was one of the most tranquil, subdued persons she knew in her life.(5) Gehry had also designed a more subdued colour scheme for the central sports centre, but again says he was urged to be more extreme by the government's advisers.(6) Only yesterday the president was very subdued and diplomatic, saying things were moving along.(7) The mood of the team is usually fairly jovial, but they were very subdued when it became apparent what was happening.(8) Only problem was, the lighting was very subdued and I couldn't really see what I was consuming.(9) Slowly, her eyes opened and she looked up into subdued lighting provided by an emergency light in the elevator into his worried eyes.(10) But art deco coloured glass means subdued lighting, hence the problems with reading the menu.(11) The lighting is usually subdued , making colours appear surreal.(12) The ambient subdued lighting enhances the Art Deco boldness as the black and white tiled floor and sculpted bar invoke memories of speakeasy days and jazz filled nights.(13) It was a small and somewhat subdued crowd greeting Goertzen at the Steinbach Cultural Arts Centre as he and his wife Kim arrived to address supporters.(14) The colorful scenes tend to be counterbalanced by some dark and foreboding sets, and many shots feature subdued lighting that tends to strain shadow detail.(15) She smiled, in a subtle, subdued manner, her elfin features bore a look that was regal, majestic, aristocratic.(16) The subdued hues of the soft corals and sponges and the shimmering fish flirting along the reef edge made a stunning spectacle.
Related Words
(1) subdue ::
nọrọ n'okpuru
1. somber ::
3. dim ::
inyoghi inyoghi
4. soft ::
5. low-key ::
6. quiet ::
7. conquer ::
8. curb ::
Ewepụ Ihe Mgbochi
9. mortify ::
10. suppress ::
11. master ::
12. subordinate ::
13. reduce ::
14. tame ::
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