Traducción de donate en español:


donar, v.

Pronunciación /ˈdoʊˌneɪt/ /də(ʊ)ˈneɪt/

Ver definición en español de donar

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    (money/blood/organ) donar
    (services) prestar desinteresadamente
    • Last year's winner received his cash scholarship and was also able to donate money to a charity that helps students pay for their schooling.
    • He donated large sums of money to charity and established scholarship trusts to help Asian students come to Scotland to study.
    • If you're doing a promotion that involves donating money to a charity, send it to the business section of your local paper.
    • Tickets were also sold for excellent prizes generously donated by local businesses.
    • They also held a number of giveaways during the day, with prizes generously donated by local businesses.
    • We know that many people have already generously donated money and time to help the victims.
    • Both teams kindly donated their prize money back to the funds.
    • The venue was kindly donated by the members of the hall committee.
    • He babbled about giving some to charity, investing some, donating more to charity, and something else.
    • Many people donate to charity, and I see that a charities bill is in the programme this year.
    • We'll donate all the proceeds to a charity.
    • More than 40 items have already been donated for two auctions.
    • The office was well-stocked with informative material and free handouts, donated by numerous sponsors from both business and government.
    • A host of wartime memorabilia has been donated to the museum for the exhibition.
    • The surplus streetcars were sold or donated to museums around the country.
    • We would like to thank everyone who has supported and donated to the appeal.
    • He paid tribute to all who has donated to his food appeal this year.
    • They could also have the meat processed and shipped home, or donated to animal orphanages.
    • Many refugees are using donated clothing to keep their livestock warm as temperatures plunge to near freezing at night.
    • All items auctioned were donated by the public.
    • As a further precaution, should previously transfused people not be allowed to donate blood?
    • This led to a ban on people who have received a blood transfusion since January 1980 donating blood in the future.
    • These steps include not donating blood, tissue or organs, and ensuring they tell their doctors and dentists if they undergo treatment in future.
    • In the whole of the UK last year 332 live kidneys were donated by blood relatives or spouses.
    • The huge outcry in the wake of last year's organ retention scandals has had a very damaging effect with a large drop in the number of people donating organs for transplantation.
    • I have no doubt that some of these patients will one day get a gift of life from someone who donates their organ for transplantation after death.
    • All relatives were asked whether the patient carried a donor card or had expressed a wish to donate organs, including corneas.
    • There was a declining willingness of the public to donate organs for research.
    • Very few medical conditions automatically disqualify you from donating organs.
    • So you can donate both organs for lifesaving transplants and organs or tissues for research.
    • They had not previously thought about donating his organs so now many, many people were able to receive transplants last night due to their son.
    • Amid all of this emotional chaos, the boy's father walked up to me and thanked me for donating blood to try to save his son.
    • Its key role is to ensure that donated organs are matched and allocated in a fair and unbiased way.
    • On the day that you donate blood, you should drink plenty of liquid (but not alcohol) and you should eat your normal meals.
    • The choice to donate the organ must be free of coercion or manipulation, either social or financial.
    • The story, as it unfolded, concerned her desire to donate blood as she had done several times in the past.
    • All subjects agreed to anonymously donate blood and urine samples and gave written informed consent to participate in the study.
    • All donated blood is tested and those tests have shown to be 99.95 percent accurate.
    • They died because not enough organs were donated for transplantation.
    • When he died, his family donated his organs.