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Translation of "grace" - English-Spanish dictionary

grace

noun /ɡreis/
beauty of form or movement gracia The dancer’s movements were full of grace.
a sense of what is right delicadeza, cortesía, gentileza, decoro, detalle At least he had the grace to leave after his dreadful behaviour/behavior.
a short prayer of thanks for a meal bendición Father used to say grace at the beginning of each meal.
a delay allowed as a favour/favor plazo, gracia You should have paid me today, but I’ll give you a day’s grace.
the title of a duke, duchess or archbishop Ilustrísima, Excelencia Your/His Grace.
mercy gracia by the grace of God.
graceful adjective
having or showing beauty of form or movement gracioso a graceful dancer.
gracefully adverb
graciosamente She gracefully moved, without faltering in her movements.
gracefulness noun
gracia
gracious /-ʃəs/ adjective
kind or polite cortés, educado a gracious smile.
(of God) merciful. misericordioso
graciously adverb
graciosamente; con misericordia; bondadosamente She smiled graciously.
graciousness noun
bondad; amabilidad, cortesía He accepted defeat with his customary graciousness.
with (a) good/bad grace
(un)willingly de buena/mala gana She accepted his apology with good grace.
(Definition of grace from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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