forgiving

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{f} affet
bağışlayıcı

Tom çok güvenilir ve bağışlayıcıdır. - Tom is very trusting and forgiving.

İnsanlar oldukça bağışlayıcı. - People are pretty forgiving.

affederek
{s} kin beslemeyen
{s} affeden
{s} bağışlayan
af
{s} hoşgörülü
gafur
forgive
affetmek

Kendini affetmek zorundasın. - You have to forgive yourself.

Affetmek mi yoksa unutmak mı daha zor? - Is it harder to forgive or to forget?

forgive
bağışlamak
forgive
affeylemek
forgive
bahşetmek
forgivingness
affetmek
forgive
geçirmek
forgive
affet

Yanlışlıkla mektubunu açtığım için lütfen beni affet. - Please forgive me for opening your letter by mistake.

Yalan söyledim. Lütfen affet. - I lied. Please forgive.

forgive
kusuruna bakmamak
forgive
mağfiret
forgive
forgivingly affederek
forgive
forgivable affedilebilir
forgive
{f} silmek
forgive
merhametli
forgive
forgiveness af
forgive
{f} (for.gave, --n) affetmek, bağışlamak
forgive
bağışlama

Tom, Tanrı'dan kendisini bağışlamasını istedi. - Tom asked God to forgive him.

forgive
forgiving affeden
forgive
bağışlanma

Tom muhtemelen bunu yaptığı için bağışlanmayacak. - Tom won't likely be forgiven for doing that.

Tom bağışlanma için Mary'ye yalvardı. - Tom begged Mary for forgiveness.

forgive
forgivingness affetme hasleti
forgive
merhametle
forgivingly
bağışlayıcı bir şekilde
highly forgiving
(Tekstil) yüksek kararlılık
İngilizce - İngilizce
inclined or able to forgive and show mercy; "a kindly forgiving nature"; "a forgiving embrace to the naughty child
{s} pardoning, tending to forgive
inclined or able to forgive and show mercy; "a kindly forgiving nature"; "a forgiving embrace to the naughty child"
inclined to forgive
Someone who is forgiving is willing to forgive. Voters can be remarkably forgiving of presidents who fail to keep their campaign promises. willing to forgive
Disposed to forgive; inclined to overlook offenses; mild; merciful; compassionate; placable; as, a forgiving temper
present participle of forgive
providing absolution
forgiving and forgetting
Present participle of forgive and forget
forgive
{f} pardon, give amnesty to; cease to hold anger or resentment against; cancel a debt, release from a liability
forgive
{v} to pardon, excuse, pass by or over, remit, give up
forgive
If you forgive someone who has done something bad or wrong, you stop being angry with them and no longer want to punish them. Hopefully she'll understand and forgive you, if she really loves you She'd find a way to forgive him for the theft of the money Still, for those flashes of genius, you can forgive him anything
forgive
To give up resentment or claim to requital on account of (an offense or wrong); to remit the penalty of; to pardon; said in reference to the act forgiven
forgive
If an organization such as a bank forgives someone's debt, they agree not to ask for that money to be repaid. The American Congress has agreed to forgive Egypt's military debt
forgive
To accord forgiveness
forgive
To pardon, to waive any negative feeling or desire for punishment
forgive
If you say that someone could be forgiven for doing something, you mean that they were wrong or mistaken, but not seriously, because many people would have done the same thing in those circumstances. Looking at the figures, you could be forgiven for thinking the recession is already over
forgive
absolve from payment; "I forgive you your debt"
forgive
To give wholly; to make over without reservation; to resign
forgive
stop blaming or grant forgiveness; "I forgave him his infidelity"; "She cannot forgive him for forgetting her birthday" absolve from payment; "I forgive you your debt
forgive
politeness Forgive is used in polite expressions and apologies like `forgive me' and `forgive my ignorance' when you are saying or doing something that might seem rude, silly, or complicated. Forgive me, I don't mean to insult you I do hope you'll forgive me but I've got to leave `Forgive my manners,' she said calmly. `I neglected to introduce myself.'
forgive
absolve from payment; "I forgive you your debt
forgive
stop blaming or grant forgiveness; "I forgave him his infidelity"; "She cannot forgive him for forgetting her birthday"
forgive
To cease to feel resentment against, on account of wrong committed; to give up claim to requital from or retribution upon (an offender); to absolve; to pardon; said of the person offending
forgivingly
in the manner of forgiving, in the manner of pardoning
forgivingly
with forgiveness; in a forgiving manner; "`Never mind,' she said forgivingly
forgivingness
tendency to be kind and forgiving
forgivingness
{i} tendency to forgive, state of being inclined to pardon; tolerance, forbearance
forgiving