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compliment

noun /ˈkompləmənt/
an expression of praise or flattery
cumplido, halago
He’s always paying her compliments.
complimentary /-ˈmen-/ adjective (opposite uncomplimentary) flattering or praising
elogioso
complimentary remarks.
given free
gratuito, de regalo
a complimentary ticket.
with compliments used when sending a gift etc
gentileza de, cortesía de
’With compliments from a secret admirer’.
to pay a compliment (not complement).
Translations of “compliment”
in Arabic مُجامَلة, إطراء…
in Korean 칭찬…
in Malaysian puji…
in French compliment…
in Turkish iltifat, övgü, kur…
in Italian complimento…
in Chinese (Traditional) 恭維(話), 讚揚(話), 奉承(話)…
in Russian комплимент…
in Polish komplement…
in Vietnamese sự tán dương…
in Portuguese elogio…
in Thai คำชมเชย…
in German das Kompliment…
in Catalan compliment…
in Japanese ほめ言葉, 賞賛…
in Indonesian pujian…
in Chinese (Simplified) 恭维(话), 赞扬(话), 奉承(话)…
(Definition of compliment from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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