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Translation of "generous" - English-Spanish dictionary

generous

adjective /ˈdʒenərəs/
willing to give a lot of money, time etc for some purpose generoso a generous donor to the charity It is very generous of you to pay for our holiday.
large; larger than necessary generoso, abundante a generous sum of money a generous piece of cake.
kind, willing to forgive generoso Try to be generous and forgive her his generous nature/remarks.
generously adverb
generosamente She generously lent me her bicycle.
generosity /-ˈrosəti/ noun
generosidad He is famed for his generosity.
(Definition of generous from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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