graciousness

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English - Turkish
zarafet
cana yakınlık
sıcakkanlılık
{i} merhametlilik
merhamet/cana yakınlık
{i} nezaket
gracious
{s} zarif

Tom gerçekten zarifti. - Tom was really gracious.

Bu sizin için doğal olmayabilir, ama en azından biraz daha zarif olmaya çalışın. - It may not be natural for you, but at least try to be a little more gracious.

gracious
sıcakkanlılıkla
gracious
{s} bağışlayıcı
gracious
nazik

Kraliçe bizi davet etmek için yeterince nazikti. - The queen was gracious enough to invite us.

O, son derece nazik bir komşudur. - She is a most gracious neighbor.

gracious
{s} ince
gracious
sıcakkanlılık
gracious
inayetli
gracious
iyi niyetli
gracious
güler yüzlü
gracious
(tanrı) bağışlayıcı
gracious
yüce
gracious
(yaşam) rahat
gracious
hoş
gracious
saygıdeğer
gracious
zengin
gracious
merhametli

Merhametliliğini ve kendi adıma çabalarını takdir ediyorum. - I appreciate your graciousness and efforts on my behalf.

gracious
yarabbi
gracious
kerî
gracious
mültefit
gracious
{s} zevkli
gracious
cana yakın
gracious
kerim
gracious
yardımsever
gracious
ünlem cana yakın
gracious
graciously zarif olarak
gracious
gracio
gracious
şirin
gracious
hoşsohbet
gracious
cana yakınlıkla
gracious
ünlem Hayret! Good gracious! Allah Allah His most gracious Majesty Haşmetmeab Kral Hazretleri
gracious
{s} kibar, ince, hoş. ünlem Hay Allah!/Allah Allah!
gracious
rahim
English - English
{n} a kind of civil condescension
excellence of manners or social conduct
the quality of being kind and gentle
{i} courteousness; kindness; pleasantness; mercifulness
The state of being gracious
Quality of being gracious
gracious
indulgent
gracious
kind and warmly courteous
gracious
expression of surprise, contempt, outrage, disgust, boredom, frustration
gracious
{a} merciful, kind, good, civil, graceful
gracious
Produced by divine grace; influenced or controlled by the divine influence; as, gracious affections
gracious
{s} courteous, polite; friendly; merciful; kind, benevolent; pleasant
gracious
You use gracious to describe the comfortable way of life of wealthy people. He drove through the gracious suburbs with the swimming pools and tennis courts
gracious
feelings Some people say good gracious or goodness gracious in order to express surprise or annoyance. Good gracious, look at that specimen will you?
gracious
characterized by charm, good taste, and generosity of spirit; "gracious even to unexpected visitors"; "gracious living"; "he bears insult with gracious good humor
gracious
disposed to bestow favors; "thanks to the gracious gods" characterized by charm, good taste, and generosity of spirit; "gracious even to unexpected visitors"; "gracious living"; "he bears insult with gracious good humor
gracious
If you describe someone, especially someone you think is superior to you, as gracious, you mean that they are very well-mannered and pleasant. She is a lovely and gracious woman. = courteous
gracious
Abounding in beauty, loveliness, or amiability; graceful; excellent
gracious
compassionate
gracious
doing or producing good
gracious
characterized by kindness and warm courtesy especially of a king to his subjects; "our benignant king"
gracious
If you describe the behaviour of someone in a position of authority as gracious, you mean that they behave in a polite and considerate way. She closed with a gracious speech of thanks. + graciously gra·cious·ly Hospitality at the Presidential guest house was graciously declined
gracious
elegant and with good taste
gracious
exhibiting courtesy and politeness; "a nice gesture"
gracious
Expressing surprise
gracious
charming and graceful
gracious
Abounding in grace or mercy; manifesting love, or bestowing mercy; characterized by grace; beneficent; merciful; disposed to show kindness or favor; condescending; as, his most gracious majesty
gracious
tactful
gracious
disposed to bestow favors; "thanks to the gracious gods"
graciousness

    Hyphenation

    gra·cious·ness

    Turkish pronunciation

    greyşısnıs

    Pronunciation

    /ˈgrāsʜəsnəs/ /ˈɡreɪʃəsnəs/

    Etymology

    [ 'grA-sh&s ] (adjective.) 14th century. Middle English, from Middle French gracieus, from Latin gratiosus enjoying favor, agreeable, from gratia.

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