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bestow

verb   /bɪˈstəʊ/ formal
to give something as an honour or present conferirle??? The George Cross is a decoration that is bestowed upon/on British civilians for acts of great bravery.794
bestowal noun   /-əl/
(Definition of bestow from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

bestow

verb /biˈstəu/
(with on) (formal ) to give (especially a title, award etc) to someone otorgar, conceder The Queen bestowed a knighthood on him.
bestowal noun
otorgamiento, concesión the bestowal of the title Duke of Cambridge.
(Definition of bestow from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “bestow”
in Vietnamese ban cho…
in Malaysian mengurniakan…
in Thai ให้…
in French conférer à…
in German verleihen…
in Chinese (Simplified) 赠予, 给予…
in Turkish bağışlamak, sunmak, vermek…
in Russian присуждать…
in Indonesian memberikan, melimpahkan…
in Chinese (Traditional) 贈予, 給予…
in Polish obdarzać, przyznawać…
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