listen to the pronunciation of complimentary
Englisch - Türkisch
{s} övgü olarak verilen
{s} hayranlık belirten

Birinci sınıf uçak bileti ücretsiz alkol ile birlikte gelir. - First class plane flights come with complimentary alcohol.

İçecekler ücretsizdir. - The drinks are complimentary.

övgü dolu
hayranlık belirtici
övgü niteliğinde
{s} hediye olarak verilen
{s} kompliman türünden
bedava/övgü belirten
{s} onursal
{s} fahri
hediye olarak
iltifat eden
complimentary upgrade
(Turizm) ücretsiz upgrade
complimentary accommodation
(Turizm) ücretsiz konaklama
complimentary ticket
(Tiyatro) serbest giriş kartı
complimentary vote
(Politika, Siyaset) taraflı oy
for your complimentary
iltifat ederek
Englisch - Englisch
In the nature of a compliment

But yesterday evening late, when Lewis arrived from down town he found his supper spread, and some presents of books there, with very complimentary writings on the fly-leaves, and certain very complimentary letters, and more or less greenbacks of dignified denomination pinned to those letters and fly-leaves.

With respect to the closing of a letter, formal and professional

The complimentary closing is the word grouping used to bring the message or text to a close.

Free; provided at no charge

In the evenings, Ward and PJ offer guests a complimentary drink. This gesture seems to reinforce the hosts' desire to make everyone feel welcome.

{a} civilly, obligingly, kindly
{a} complimental, obliging, kind
conveying or resembling a compliment; "a complimentary remark"
Given free, a token to (Webster, 1974) In applying this to cancer treatment it is meant as in addition to, to add to the well being of the person being treated for cancer
A complimentary seat, ticket, or book is given to you free. He had complimentary tickets to take his wife to see the movie
A gift given by managers to favored patrons, such as meals, room, or show reservation
("käm-pl&-'men-t(&-)rE) 1 a : expressing or containing a compliment b : favorable (e g , the movie received complimentary reviews) 2 : given free as a courtesy or favor complementary ("käm-pl&-'men-t(&-)rE) 1 : serving to fill out or complete 2 : mutually supplying each other's lack 3 : being complements of each other <complementary acute angles> 4 : characterized by the capacity for precise pairing of purine and pyrimidine bases between strands of DNA and sometimes RNA such that the structure of one strand determines the other
costing nothing; "complimentary tickets
A listing, rental or sale, sent out to the brokerage community at large by a brokerage firm on behalf of the owner of the apartment The firm sending out the listing is doing so on the basis that the buyer's or tenant's broker can collect an entire fee
conveying or resembling a compliment; "a complimentary remark" costing nothing; "complimentary tickets
costing nothing; "complimentary tickets"
If you are complimentary about something, you express admiration for it. The staff have been very complimentary, and so have the customers We often get complimentary remarks regarding the cleanliness of our patio. = flattering
Expressive of regard or praise; of the nature of, or containing, a compliment; as, a complimentary remark; a complimentary ticket
{s} expressing praise or admiration
Something given at no charge
complimentary close
Words, such as Yours truly, that appear at the end of a letter and just before the writer's signature, used as a polite termination of the letter
complimentary ticket
ticket given as a gift expressing praise or admiration

I have no skill in ceremonious letters, which have no other substance, but a faire contexture of complemental phrases and curteous words.

in a complimentary manner, with praise and admiration