Translation of forgive in Spanish:


perdonar, v.

Pronunciation /fərˈɡɪv/ /fəˈɡɪv/

Definition of perdonar in Spanish

transitive verb forgave, forgiven

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    (person/insult) perdonar
    to forgive sb for sth perdonarle algo a algn
    to forgive sb for -ing
    forgive her perdónala
    • he forgave her the wrong she'd done him le perdonó el mal que le había hecho
    • At the same time, as we confess our sins, let us forgive the faults committed by others toward us.
    • Even if the mistakes are forgiven, can one forgive the repetition of the same mistakes over and over again?
    • Because he will forgive their iniquity and remember their sins no more.
    • His last wish was for you to know all is forgiven, come home.
    • Christ has brought believers from darkness into a kingdom of light and forgiven their sins absolutely and without question.
    • Just as he forgave the sins of the paralytic and restored him to bodily health, so he continues his work of healing and salvation today through the sacrament.
    • However, when you get rid of Christianity, you don't get rid of the conviction of sin and judgment, you merely get rid of any hope of forgiving the sin or tempering the judgment.
    • I've learned that God has been showing me to forgive myself, because it's in the Bible that God - in the Old Testament and in the New - that God forgives sins for those who come to him through faith in Christ.
    • He told people to be honest whatever the cost, promised them eternal life without sorrow or pain and said he could forgive sin.
    • I think God will more readily forgive our sins against him, whom we cannot see, than against our fellow humans, whom we do see.
    • He could not do it because no man rightly can forgive the sins he has committed against others.
    • The revelation of this book is from Allah, exalted in power, full of knowledge, who forgives sin, accepts repentance, is strict in punishment, and has a long reach in all things.
    • At the end of the American Civil War, for example, President Lincoln forgave many crimes that might legitimately have been prosecuted.
    • We are able to acknowledge horrendous scenarios, justify our errors, and forgive our mistakes by making a situation light-hearted.
    • According to the Talmud the ribbon stopped turning white in the year 30 A.D. So this showed God was no longer forgiving the sins of Israel by means of the scapegoat.
    • The roots of the idea, however, lie not in forgiving the sin committed by human beings, but in protecting them from evil done to them.
    • The other guests began to say among themselves, ‘Who is this who even forgives sins?’
    • The cross in Mark does not function as the means through which Jesus forgives sins.
    • The grace of God is not simply a holy hypodermic whereby my sins are forgiven.
    • Certainly the American electorate has forgiven the sins of those who tried to avoid the war.
    • She desperately wanted to forgive him and stop him from going, but her pride got in the way.
    • He will have to forgive you and stop being a parole officer, or you'll have to call it a day.
    • Still, he's my only brother, and I tend to forgive him anything.
    • Arlene always said I could forgive anyone for anything if they intrigued me enough.
    • Readers will forgive you anything except your uncomplicated success.
    • Fans will forgive players anything as long as they wear their team's shirt with pride.
    • Love was not supposed to run this deep or feel this right, as though he could do anything and she would forgive him.
    • You could forgive her for anything because of her passion for journalism.
    • He wanted a girlfriend who loved him so much that she would easily forgive him for anything.
    • In any case, such is the pace and brilliance of the narrative that one feels that one can forgive the author almost anything.
    • I try to forgive myself first of all, and then I ask the other person with whom I'm angry to forgive me as well.
    • George forgave me for my mistake at the time, so there was no ill will.
    • The woman's nose finally stopped hurting when she truly forgave her father.
    • Then we will never beat a child, but forgive him for his mistakes.
    • She had abandoned him, he thought, because she could not live in a world that would not forgive her for her mistakes.
    • He wasn't sure if she'd forgive him for his angry words very quickly, but she'd get over it and this would help.
    • At first, Julie had turned her back on him, too angry to forgive him but slowly he had acquired her trust, her love.
    • So yes, I will take you back, and I will forgive you for your mistake, and I have missed you so much.
    • But he had never truly been in love before, either, so we will forgive him his mistakes as well.
    • He asked Russians to forgive him for his mistakes and failing to realize their dreams after the fall of the Soviet Union.