condolence Meaning in Cambridge American English Dictionary
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condolencenoun [C/U]

 us   /kənˈdoʊ·ləns/
an expression of sympathy esp. for the family of a person who has recently died, or the sympathy expressed: [U] a letter of condolence [C] The mayor offered his condolences.
Translations of “condolence”
in Arabic تَعزِية…
in Korean 조의…
in Malaysian takziah…
in French condoléances…
in Turkish taziye, baş sağlığı dileği…
in Italian condoglianza…
in Chinese (Traditional) 弔唁(詞), 哀悼(詞)…
in Russian соболезнование…
in Polish kondolencje…
in Vietnamese lời chia buồn…
in Spanish condolencia…
in Portuguese condolência…
in Thai การแสดงความเสียใจต่อผู้อื่น…
in German das Beileid…
in Catalan condol…
in Japanese お悔やみ…
in Indonesian duka cita…
in Chinese (Simplified) 吊唁(词), 哀悼(词)…
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