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Translation of "compassion" - English-Spanish dictionary

compassion

noun /kəmˈpӕʃən/
sorrow or pity for the sufferings of another person
compasión
Doctors should try to show compassion towards their patients.
compassionate /-nət/ adjective
compasivo
The college encourages its students to be compassionate towards others.
Translations of “compassion”
in Arabic رَحمة, حَنان…
in Korean 연민, 동정…
in Malaysian belas kasihan…
in French compassion…
in Turkish şefkat, merhamet, sevecenlik…
in Italian compassione…
in Chinese (Traditional) 同情,憐憫,惻隱之心…
in Russian сострадание, сочувствие…
in Polish współczucie…
in Vietnamese lòng thương…
in Portuguese compaixão…
in Thai ความเห็นใจ…
in German das Mitleid…
in Catalan compassió…
in Japanese 思いやり…
in Indonesian belas kasihan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 同情,怜悯,恻隐之心…
(Definition of compassion from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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