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Spanish translation of “gift”

gift

noun /ɡift/
something given willingly, eg as a present
presente, regalo, obsequio
a birthday gift.
a natural ability
don, talento
She has a gift for music.
gifted adjective having very great natural ability
talentoso, con talento/don
a gifted musician/child.
gift of the gab noun the ability to talk fluently and persuasively
tener un pico de oro, tener mucha labia
An effective salesman needs to have the gift of the gab.
(Definition of gift from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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