listen to the pronunciation of deign
English - Turkish
tenezzül etmek
inayet etmek
tenezzül et

Öyle bir teklifi düşünmeye tenezzül etmedi. - She would not deign to consider such an offer.

{f} alçakgönüllülük yapmak
{f} bahşetmek
English - English
To condescend; to accept as appropriate to one's dignity

The priest deigned a glance at the girl, but replied to her by addressing her husband.

To condescend to give; to do something

They didn't deign us our clothing before we were put outside.

to deem worthy of notice or account
{v} to vouchsafe, grant, allow
To esteem worthy; to consider worth notice; - - opposed to disdain
disapproval If you say that someone deigned to do something, you are expressing your disapproval of the fact that they did it unwillingly, because they thought they were too important to do it. At last, Harper deigned to speak. To condescend to give or grant; vouchsafe. "Nor would we deign him burial of his men" (Shakespeare). deign to do sth to do something that you think you are really too important to do - often used humorously (deignier, from dignus )
To condescend to give or bestow; to stoop to furnish; to vouchsafe; to allow; to grant
do something that one considers to be below one's dignity
{f} condescend, lower oneself
To think worthy; to vouchsafe; to condescend; - - followed by an infinitive
past of deign
present participle of deign
third-person singular of deign