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Spanish translation of “chivalry”

chivalry

noun /ˈʃivəlri/
kindness and courteousness especially towards women or the weak.
caballerosidad
He had displayed considerable chivalry in all his dealings with her.
the principles of behaviour/behavior of medieval knights
reglas de caballería
The Medieval period is sometimes referred to as the Age of Chivalry.
chivalrous adjective (opposite unchivalrous).
caballeroso
a chivalrous act.
(Definition of chivalry from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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