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Translation of "condescend" - English-Spanish dictionary

condescend

verb /kondiˈsend/
to agree (to do something) in spite of one’s feeling of superiority condescender, dignarse The president of the company condescended to having dinner with the cleaning staff.
condescending adjective
giving the impression that one is superior condescendiente a condescending manner.
condescendingly adverb
con condescendencia She condescendingly explained everything to me very slowly.
condescension /-ʃən/ noun
condescendencia They were treated with unnecessary condescension.
Translations of “condescend”
in Vietnamese hạ cố…
in Thai ลดตัวลงมา…
in Malaysian bersetuju…
in French condescendre (à)…
in German sich herablassen…
in Indonesian berkenan, menyetujui…
(Definition of condescend from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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