Translation of beneficent in Spanish:


caritativo, adj.

Pronunciation /bəˈnɛfəsənt/ /bɪˈnɛfɪs(ə)nt/


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    • From the 1970s, beneficent citizens who resented the way in which a few outdoor advertising corporations were allowed to control public spaces began to answer back.
    • Maybe she had, but I'd forgotten, or at least not made the association between that beneficent patron of my childhood and the old man at the awards ceremony.
    • And if God is not beneficent and all-powerful - well, what then of God's traditional identity, his essence?
    • She was beneficent, and passed on a gift to each.
    • Clearly she presides over this field or crop, as she walks through it like a beneficent goddess.
    • It is as though the beneficent god in which Spinoza did not believe had granted him a glimpse of the future which he is conveying to us.
    • Sure they have characters who occasionally attempt to do the right thing, occasionally indulge whims to be decent or beneficent.
    • The poor in these paintings provided an opportunity for the prudent and beneficent wealthy to display their charity, such as in Beechey's Portrait of Sir Francis Ford's Children Giving a Coin to a Beggar Boy.
    • But I don't think she's ever understood that the public wants her typecast as a beneficent, starched woman with at least two children in tow.
    • To Easterlin, the evidence suggests that the government can be pretty beneficent when it comes to adding years to life through public health programs.
    • And it fundamentally it is the government telling you how to behave and if you behave in a certain way, then the government will be beneficent enough to hand you back some money.
    • In reality, of course, governments are not omniscient and beneficent, and the last thing we want to do is give them control over the reporting of news and the expression of opinion.
    • The Depression and World War II fostered in the parents of baby boomers an ethos of thrift and sacrifice, along with a belief in a beneficent federal government.
    • The president has battered this beneficent bureaucracy.
    • His worship of Great Mother Nature as a beneficent spirit would have led him to Greenpeace, if not Earthfirst, and he would certainly have believed Lovelock's Gaia theory.
    • Often these gifts are exchanged in special ceremonies where participants compete to appear the most beneficent, because status is accorded to those who give the most to others.
    • In every roll of the dice, he sees a question posed to the unknown - and maybe beneficent - forces of the universe.
    • His last years, lived by invitation in cottages in Sussex and Kent, fed and wined by beneficent admirers, provided a sort of rural coda of tranquillity.
    • It's five years to the next election, so they either will have forgotten how beneficent New Labour were or will have dropped dead.
    • England's successful wars against the French, its growing overseas empire, its social stability and its mercantile hegemony were all interpreted as the blessings of a beneficent providence on a Protestant people.