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largessenoun [U]

also largess uk   /lɑːˈʒes/ us   /lɑːrˈʒes/ formal
willingness to give money, or money given to poor people by rich people: The medical foundation will be the main beneficiary of the millionaire's largesse.
(Definition of largesse from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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largessenoun [U]

also largess uk   /lɑːˈʒes/ us   /lɑrˈdʒes/
the fact of giving away money in a generous way: We've accomplished a great deal through our growing largesse to meaningful non-profit organizations in communities where we do business.
(Definition of largesse from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “largesse”
in Chinese (Simplified) 慷慨捐助,施舍, (给穷人的)善款…
in Chinese (Traditional) 慷慨捐助,施捨, (給窮人的)善款…
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