Перевод a compassionate world begins with you

Compassionate — перевод, произношение, транскрипция

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A compassionate smile made the refugees feel a little better.

От сострадательной улыбки беженцы почувствовали себя немного лучше. ☰

I can probably get you a couple of days extension on compassionate grounds.

Возможно, я дам тебе два дня отсрочки только из жалости. ☰

I allowed him to go home on compassionate grounds.

Я позволил ему поехать домой по гуманным соображениям. ☰

a compassionate person by nature

человек по природе отзывчивый ☰

The humor in his writing is never cruel, and betokens a warm and compassionate heart.

Юмор в его произведениях никогда не бывает жестоким, и свидетельствует о горячем и сострадательном сердце. ☰

I heard the soft and compassionate voices of women.

Я услышал эти тихие и жалостливые женские голоса. ☰

One measure of a civilized and compassionate society is how well it treats its prison population.

Одним из показателей цивилизованного и милосердного общества является то, насколько хорошо оно относится к своим заключённым. ☰

Примеры, ожидающие перевода

. a gentle soul who could compassionate even the most reprobate of scoundrels and villains.

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Перевод a compassionate world begins with you

Compassionate — Com*pas sion*ate, a. 1. Having a temper or disposition to pity; sympathetic; merciful. [1913 Webster] There never was any heart truly great and generous, that was not also tender and compassionate. South. [1913 Webster] 2. Complaining; inviting… … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

compassionate — (adj.) 1580s, from COMPASSION (Cf. compassion) + ATE (Cf. ate) (2). Phrase compassionate conservatism in American political language first recorded by 1992, popularized, if not coined, by Marvin Olasky, University of Texas at Austin instructor … Etymology dictionary

Compassionate — Com*pas sion*ate, v. t. [imp. & p. p. ; p. pr. & vb. n. .] To have compassion for; to pity; to commiserate; to sympathize with. [1913 Webster] Compassionates my pains, and pities me. Addison. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

compassionate — index lenient, placable, receptive, susceptible (responsive) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 … Law dictionary

compassionate — *tender, sympathetic, warmhearted, warm, responsive Analogous words: *pitiful, piteous: merciful, *forbearing, clement, lenient: humane, benevolent, *charitable Contrasted words: merciless, unrelenting, relentless, implacable, *grim: obdurate,… … New Dictionary of Synonyms

compassionate — [adj] having tender feelings all heart, being big*, benevolent, bleeding heart*, charitable, commiserative, forbearing, going easy on*, humane, humanitarian, indulgent, kindhearted, kindly, lenient, living with, merciful, old softie*, piteous,… … New thesaurus

compassionate — ► ADJECTIVE ▪ feeling or showing compassion. DERIVATIVES compassionately adverb … English terms dictionary

compassionate — [kəm pash′ənit; ] for v [., kəm pash′ənāt΄] adj. feeling or showing compassion; sympathizing deeply; pitying vt. compassionated, compassionating to pity SYN. TENDER1 compassionately adv … English World dictionary

compassionate — [[t]kəmpæ̱ʃ(ə)nət[/t]] ADJ GRADED: usu ADJ n (approval) If you describe someone or something as compassionate, you mean that they feel or show pity, sympathy, and understanding for people who are suffering. My father was a deeply compassionate… … English dictionary

compassionate — compassionately, adv. compassionateness, n. adj. /keuhm pash euh nit/; v. /keuhm pash euh nayt /, adj., v., compassionated, compassionating. adj. 1. having or showing compassion: a compassionate person; a compassionate letter. 2. granted in an… … Universalium

compassionate — com|pas|sion|ate [kəmˈpæʃənıt] adj feeling sympathy for people who are suffering ▪ a caring, compassionate man ▪ I allowed him to go home on compassionate grounds . ▪ One measure of a civilized and compassionate society is how well it treats its… … Dictionary of contemporary English

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Перевод a compassionate world begins with you

Compassionate — Com*pas sion*ate, a. 1. Having a temper or disposition to pity; sympathetic; merciful. [1913 Webster] There never was any heart truly great and generous, that was not also tender and compassionate. South. [1913 Webster] 2. Complaining; inviting… … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

compassionate — (adj.) 1580s, from COMPASSION (Cf. compassion) + ATE (Cf. ate) (2). Phrase compassionate conservatism in American political language first recorded by 1992, popularized, if not coined, by Marvin Olasky, University of Texas at Austin instructor … Etymology dictionary

Compassionate — Com*pas sion*ate, v. t. [imp. & p. p. ; p. pr. & vb. n. .] To have compassion for; to pity; to commiserate; to sympathize with. [1913 Webster] Compassionates my pains, and pities me. Addison. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

compassionate — index lenient, placable, receptive, susceptible (responsive) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 … Law dictionary

compassionate — *tender, sympathetic, warmhearted, warm, responsive Analogous words: *pitiful, piteous: merciful, *forbearing, clement, lenient: humane, benevolent, *charitable Contrasted words: merciless, unrelenting, relentless, implacable, *grim: obdurate,… … New Dictionary of Synonyms

compassionate — [adj] having tender feelings all heart, being big*, benevolent, bleeding heart*, charitable, commiserative, forbearing, going easy on*, humane, humanitarian, indulgent, kindhearted, kindly, lenient, living with, merciful, old softie*, piteous,… … New thesaurus

compassionate — ► ADJECTIVE ▪ feeling or showing compassion. DERIVATIVES compassionately adverb … English terms dictionary

compassionate — [kəm pash′ənit; ] for v [., kəm pash′ənāt΄] adj. feeling or showing compassion; sympathizing deeply; pitying vt. compassionated, compassionating to pity SYN. TENDER1 compassionately adv … English World dictionary

compassionate — [[t]kəmpæ̱ʃ(ə)nət[/t]] ADJ GRADED: usu ADJ n (approval) If you describe someone or something as compassionate, you mean that they feel or show pity, sympathy, and understanding for people who are suffering. My father was a deeply compassionate… … English dictionary

compassionate — compassionately, adv. compassionateness, n. adj. /keuhm pash euh nit/; v. /keuhm pash euh nayt /, adj., v., compassionated, compassionating. adj. 1. having or showing compassion: a compassionate person; a compassionate letter. 2. granted in an… … Universalium

compassionate — com|pas|sion|ate [kəmˈpæʃənıt] adj feeling sympathy for people who are suffering ▪ a caring, compassionate man ▪ I allowed him to go home on compassionate grounds . ▪ One measure of a civilized and compassionate society is how well it treats its… … Dictionary of contemporary English

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