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Spanish translation of “courtesy”

courtesy

noun /ˈkəːtəsi/ (plural courtesies)
politeness; considerate and respectful behaviour/behavior
cortesía
Everyone appreciates courtesy.
(by) courtesy of with someone’s permission; by the generosity of
con permiso de; cortesía de, gracias a
Refreshments are courtesy of the management This film is shown by courtesy of the National Film Archive.
(Definition of courtesy from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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