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forgive

verb [I or T, not continuous] uk   /fəˈɡɪv/  us   /fɚ-/ (forgave, forgiven)
B1 to stop blaming or being angry with someone for something that person has done, or not punish them for something: I don't think she's ever quite forgiven me for getting her name wrong that time. I've never found it easy to forgive and forget (= to behave as if something wrong had never happened). I'd never forgive myself if anything happened to the kids.forgive me B2 formal used before you ask or say something that might seem rude: Forgive me for asking, but how much did you pay for your bag?
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en árabe يُسامِح…
en coreano 용서하다…
in Malaysian memaafkan…
en francés pardonner…
en turco affetmek, bağışlamak…
en italiano perdonare…
en chino (tradicionál) 原諒, 寬恕…
en ruso прощать…
en polaco wybaczać…
in Vietnamese tha thứ, thứ lỗi…
en español perdonar…
en portugués perdoar…
in Thai ยกโทษให้, อภัยให้…
en alemán vergeben, verzeihen…
en catalán perdonar…
en japonés ~を許す…
in Indonesian memaafkan…
en chino (simplificado) 原谅, 宽恕…
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