Translation of gratitude in Spanish:

gratitude

gratitud, n.

Pronunciation /ˈɡrædəˌt(j)ud/ /ˈɡratɪtjuːd/

Definition of gratitud in Spanish

noun

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    gratitud feminine
    agradecimiento masculine
    to show/express one's gratitude demostrar/expresar su (or mi etc.) gratitud / agradecimiento
    • as a token of our gratitude en prueba / como muestra de nuestro agradecimiento
    • that's / there's gratitude for you! ¡así te lo agradecen!
    • I felt a deep sense of gratitude toward her for her help me sentí enormemente agradecida por la ayuda que me había prestado
    • As a return of gratitude, he is willing to share a large percentage of the sum with you.
    • He realised his life since had been wasted on drugs and wanted to express gratitude to the police for having caught him.
    • Ken would like to extend sincere gratitude to all who voted for him during the competition.
    • Olivia expressed her gratitude for the grant, which will be used to pay just some of her fees.
    • The club has extended their sincere gratitude to all that support the weekly lotto.
    • A great evening was had by all and he expressed his gratitude to the people of the Parish.
    • The gratitude should be expressed and the stories told while you are here to enjoy them.
    • When I look at him today, I feel this tremendous sense of respect and gratitude for what he did.
    • Many sailors visited the area while on leave to meet local people and express their gratitude.
    • She recalls with gratitude the acts of generosity and courage to which she owes her life.
    • Now you have an idea of the ecstatic gratitude I have been feeling since I returned.
    • We want to express our gratitude for their trust and for letting us manage the initial steps of the investigation.
    • They also expressed gratitude to supporters who wrote to their MPs and members of the House of Lords.
    • As a result of these victories, each man had the admiration of the world and the undying gratitude of his nation.
    • Pay compliments often but sincerely and show people gratitude whenever appropriate.
    • She wrote to me expressing her gratitude for the help I had given her in Denmark.
    • We should show our gratitude to medical science and acknowledge the role of animals in modern medicine.
    • All farmers expressed a deep sense of gratitude for the thought given by the club.
    • On the whole there was little evidence of gratitude towards the Coalition.
    • What promised to be a miserable evening turned out to be one of sweet gratitude.