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pardon

verb /ˈpaːdn/
to forgive
perdonar, disculpar
Pardon my asking, but can you help me?
to free (from prison, punishment etc)
indultar
The king pardoned the prisoners.
beg someone’s pardon to say one is sorry (usually for having offended someone else etc)
pedir perdón/disculpas a alguien
I’ve come to beg (your) pardon for being so rude this morning.
I beg your pardon I’m sorry
perdón, perdone, disculpe
I beg your pardon – what did you say? I wasn’t listening.
pardon me interjection expressing a polite apology, especially for not agreeing with someone
¡perdón!, Vd. perdone
Pardon me for interrupting you.
(Definition of pardon from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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