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thank

verb /θӕŋk/
to express appreciation or gratitude to (someone) for a favour, service, gift etc
agradecer
He thanked me for the present She thanked him for inviting her.
thankful adjective grateful; relieved and happy
agradecido; aliviado; feliz
He was thankful that the journey was over a thankful sigh.
thankfully adverb
agradecidamente; con alivio
Thankfully, the weather eventually improved.
thankfulness noun
gratitud
thankless adjective for which no-one is grateful
ingrato
Collecting taxes is a thankless task.
thanklessly adverb
ingratamente
thanklessness noun
ingratitud
thanks noun plural expression(s) of gratitude
agradecimiento
I really didn’t expect any thanks for helping them.
Thanksgiving noun ( also Thanksgiving Day) in the United States, a special day (the fourth Thursday in November) for giving thanks to God.
Día de Acción de Gracias
thanksgiving noun the act of giving thanks, especially to God, eg in a church service
acción de gracias
a service of thanksgiving.
thanks to because of
gracias a; debido a, a causa de
Thanks to the bad weather, our journey was very uncomfortable.
thank you I thank you
gracias
Thank you (very much) for your present No, thank you.
Translations of “thank”
in Korean 감사를 표하다…
in Arabic يَشْكُر…
in French remercier…
in Italian ringraziare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 感謝,謝謝…
in Russian благодарить…
in Turkish teşekkür etmek…
in Polish dziękować…
in Portuguese agradecer…
in German danken…
in Catalan agrair…
in Japanese ~に感謝する, 礼を言う…
in Chinese (Simplified) 感谢,谢谢…
(Definition of thank from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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