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Spanish translation of “benevolence”

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benevolence

noun /biˈnevələns/
generosity and desire to do good
benevolencia
an act of benevolence.
benevolent adjective
benévolo
The company donated a large sum of money to local charities as a benevolent gesture.
benevolently adverb
con benevolencia
The government must act benevolently by offering support to the poor.
Translations of “benevolence”
in French bienveillance…
in German das Wohlwollen…
(Definition of benevolence from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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