Translation of yielding in Spanish:


blando, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈjildɪŋ/ /ˈjiːldɪŋ/

See Spanish definition of blando


  • 1

    (material) blando
    (material) flexible
    • The cookies tasted home-made, with just the right ratio of dry crumbliness to chewiness and that fantastic contrast you get from crunchy baked hazelnuts and soft, yielding fruit.
    • We collapse in a disappointing heap on the yielding sand.
    • The expedition crossed the shelf of rock, testing the non-slip soles of their rubber boots to the limit, and set off along slightly yielding sand.
    • He walked out on yielding sand and looked up the rock-face.
    • Darien leapt off the swing and landed on the yielding sand.
    • It was both yielding as water normally is and yet hard like glass.
    • Nothing in the world is more flexible and yielding than water.
    • Instead of unpredictable bounces on baking hard surfaces, Monty realised the yielding landing areas would suit his dartboard game.
  • 2

    (person/temperament) flexible
    (person/temperament) complaciente