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Translation of "bless" - English-Spanish dictionary

bless

verb   /bles/
to ask God to help or protect someone or something bendecir The priest blessed their marriage.
bless you!
something you say when someone sneezes ¡salud!
(Definition of bless from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

bless

verb /bles/ ( past tense blessed, past participles blessed, blest)
to ask God to show favour to bendecir Bless this ship and all who sail in her.
blessed /ˈblesid/ adjective
holy bendito the Blessed Virgin.
blessedly /-sid-/ adverb
con bienaventuranza a blessedly warm, sunny day.
blessedness /-sid-/ noun
bienaventuranza, beatitud the blessedness of his life.
blessing noun
a wish or prayer for happiness or success bendición The priest gave them his blessing.
any cause of happiness bendición, un regalo (del cielo) Her son was a great blessing to her.
a prayer of thanks to God before and/or after a meal bendición (de la mesa) Father said the blessing over the food.
a blessing in disguise noun
something that has proved to be fortunate after seeming unfortunate no hay mal que por bien no venga The poor weather turned out to be a blessing in disguise because I stayed inside and got a lot of useful work done.
(Definition of bless from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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