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beneficial

adjective /benəˈfiʃəl/
having good effects
beneficioso
Regular exercise is beneficial to your health.
beneficiary /-ʃəri, (American) -ʃieri/ noun ( plural beneficiaries) a person who receives a gift etc (usually in a will)
beneficiario
The assets will be distributed to the beneficiaries of the will.
Translations of “beneficial”
in Korean 이로운…
in Arabic نَفعي, مُفيد…
in French bon (pour)…
in Italian benefico, giovevole…
in Chinese (Traditional) 有益的,有用的,有利的…
in Russian полезный…
in Turkish faydalı, yararlı, hayırlı…
in Polish korzystny, dobroczynny…
in Portuguese benéfico, proveitoso, vantajoso…
in German nützlich, wohltätig…
in Catalan beneficiós…
in Japanese 有益な, 役立つ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 有益的,有用的…
(Definition of beneficial from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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