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Translation of "kind" - English-Spanish dictionary

kind

adjective /kaind/
ready or anxious to do good to others; friendly amable He’s such a kind man It was very kind of you to look after the children yesterday.
kindly adverb
in a kind manner amablemente She kindly lent me a handkerchief.
please por favor Would you kindly stop talking!
kindliness noun
amabilidad, simpatía She is renowned for her kindliness.
kindness noun
the quality of being kind bondad, amabilidad I’ll never forget her kindness Thank you for all your kindness.
kind-hearted adjective
having or showing kindness bondadoso She was always kind-hearted towards other people.
Translations of “kind”
in Arabic لَطيف…
in Korean 친절한…
in Malaysian baik hati…
in French gentil…
in Turkish nazik, kibar, yardımsever…
in Italian gentile…
in Chinese (Traditional) 寬容的, 有益的, 體貼的…
in Russian добрый, любезный…
in Polish życzliwy, uprzejmy…
in Vietnamese tốt…
in Portuguese bondoso, gentil, amável…
in Thai ใจดี…
in German freundlich…
in Catalan bo, amable…
in Japanese 親切な…
in Indonesian baik hati…
in Chinese (Simplified) 宽容的, 有益的, 体贴的…
(Definition of kind from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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