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to show gratitude

  • 1 gratitud

    f.
    gratitude.
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    1 gratitude
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    noun f.
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    femenino gratitude
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    = gratitude, thankfulness.
    Ex. Gratifyingly often, their reaction is delight and gratitude.
    Ex. Of course I will post a summary of answers and please accept my thankfulness and grateful in advance.
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    * como muestra de + Posesivo + gratitud = as a token of + Posesivo + gratitude.
    * como prueba de + Posesivo + gratitud = as a token of + Posesivo + gratitude.
    * como señal de + Posesivo + gratitud = as a token of + Posesivo + gratitude.
    * con gratitud = gratefully.
    * expresar gratitud = express + thanks, express + gratitude.
    * mostrar gratitud = show + gratitude.
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    femenino gratitude
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    = gratitude, thankfulness.

    Ex: Gratifyingly often, their reaction is delight and gratitude.

    Ex: Of course I will post a summary of answers and please accept my thankfulness and grateful in advance.
    * como muestra de + Posesivo + gratitud = as a token of + Posesivo + gratitude.
    * como prueba de + Posesivo + gratitud = as a token of + Posesivo + gratitude.
    * como señal de + Posesivo + gratitud = as a token of + Posesivo + gratitude.
    * con gratitud = gratefully.
    * expresar gratitud = express + thanks, express + gratitude.
    * mostrar gratitud = show + gratitude.

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    gratitude
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    gratitud sustantivo femenino
    gratitude
    gratitud sustantivo femenino gratitude
    ' gratitud' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    reconocimiento
    - agradecer
    - muestra
    English:
    gratitude
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    gratitude
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    f gratitude
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    : gratitude
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    gratitud n gratitude

    Spanish-English dictionary > gratitud

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