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generosity

noun [U]  /ˌdʒen·əˈrɑs·ət̬·i/ us  
a willingness to give help or support, esp. more than is usual or expected: She is admired for her generosity.
Translations of “generosity”
in Korean 관대함…
in Arabic كَرَم, سَخاء…
in Portuguese generosidade…
in Catalan generositat…
in Japanese 気前のよさ…
in Italian generosità…
in Chinese (Traditional) 慷慨,大方…
in Russian щедрость, великодушие…
in Turkish cömertlik, eli açıklık…
in Chinese (Simplified) 慷慨,大方…
in Polish hojność, wspaniałomyślność…
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