gratitude Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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"gratitude" in British English

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gratitudenoun [U]

uk   /ˈɡræt.ɪ.tjuːd/  us   /ˈɡræt̬.ə.tuːd/ (also gratefulness )
the ​feeling or ​quality of being ​grateful: deep/​eternal gratitude She ​sent them a ​present to show/​express her gratitude. Take this as a ​token of my gratitude for all ​yourhelp.
(Definition of gratitude from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"gratitude" in American English

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gratitudenoun [U]

 us   /ˈɡræt̬·ɪˌtud/
a ​strongfeeling of ​appreciation to someone or something for what the ​person has done to ​help you: Many of his ​patients gave ​works of ​art to Dr. Klein in gratitude.
(Definition of gratitude from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “gratitude”
in Korean 감사…
in Arabic اِمْتِنان…
in Malaysian rasa terima kasih…
in French gratitude…
in Russian благодарность…
in Chinese (Traditional) 感激之情, 感謝…
in Italian gratitudine…
in Turkish şükran, iyilik bilme, minnettarlık…
in Polish wdzięczność…
in Spanish gratitud…
in Vietnamese lòng biết ơn…
in Portuguese gratidão…
in Thai ความรู้สึกขอบคุณ…
in German die Dankbarkeit…
in Catalan agraïment…
in Japanese 感謝, 感謝の気持ち…
in Chinese (Simplified) 感激之情, 感谢…
in Indonesian rasa terima kasih…
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