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apologize

verb ( present participle apologizing, past tense and past participle apologized) ( UK usually -ise)   /əˈpɒl·ə·dʒaɪz/
B1 to say sorry for something bad you have done disculparse He apologized for being rude. I apologized to her.
(Definition of apologize from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

apologize

verb /əˈpolədʒaiz/
to say that you are sorry, for having done something wrong, for a fault etc disculparse, excusarse I must apologize to her for my rudeness.
apologetic /-ˈdʒetik/ adjective
showing regret or saying one is sorry for having done something wrong etc de disculpa, apologético an apologetic letter Sam was very apologetic for being late.
apologetically adverb
disculpándose She smiled apologetically when questioned about arriving late.
apology noun ( plural apologies)
something that you say or write in order to show that you are sorry for doing something wrong disculpa Please accept my apology for not arriving on time He made his apologies for not attending the meeting.
(Definition of apologize from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “apologize”
in Korean 사과하다…
in Arabic يَعْتَذِر…
in Malaysian minta maaf…
in French s’excuser (de/pour)…
in Russian извиняться…
in Chinese (Traditional) 道歉, 認錯, 謝罪…
in Italian scusarsi…
in Turkish özür dilemek, pişmanlığını bildirmek…
in Polish przepraszać…
in Vietnamese xin lỗi…
in Portuguese desculpar-se…
in Thai ขอโทษ…
in German sich entschuldigen…
in Catalan disculpar-se…
in Japanese 謝る, 謝罪する…
in Chinese (Simplified) 道歉, 认错, 谢罪…
in Indonesian minta maaf…
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