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dignity

noun /ˈdiɡnəti/
stateliness or seriousness of manner
dignidad
Holding her head high, she retreated with dignity.
importance or seriousness
dignidad
the dignity of the occasion.
a privilege etc indicating rank
dignidad
He had risen to the dignity of an office of his own.
one’s personal pride
dignidad
He had wounded her dignity.
Translations of “dignity”
in Korean 위엄…
in Arabic رَصانة…
in French dignité…
in Italian dignità…
in Chinese (Traditional) 莊重,端莊, 尊嚴, 自尊,自尊心…
in Russian достоинство…
in Turkish olgunluk, vakar, ağırbaşlılık…
in Polish godność…
in Portuguese dignidade…
in German die Würde, die Größe, der Rang…
in Catalan dignitat…
in Japanese 威厳, 品格…
in Chinese (Simplified) 庄重,端庄, 尊严, 自尊,自尊心…
(Definition of dignity from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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