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grace

noun [U]
 
 
/ɡreɪs/
MOVEMENT the quality of moving in a smooth, relaxed, and attractive way
zarafet
She moved with grace and elegance.Beauty and attractiveness
POLITENESS the quality of being pleasantly polite
nezaket
He had the grace to apologize for his mistake the next day.Polite and respectfulPolite and respectful
with good grace in a willing and happy way
mennuniyetle, tevekkülle
He accepted the failure with good grace.Ready and willingUnwilling and reluctant
a month's/week's, etc grace an extra month/week, etc you are given before something must be paid or done
fazladan verilen ay/hafta; lütuf olarak sunulan ay/hafta; ilave mühlet
Specific periods of time
PRAYER a prayer of thanks said before or after a meal
yemeklerden önce/sonra edilen şükür duası
to say grace Religious practices
(Definition of grace noun from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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