Translation of kindness in Spanish:


amabilidad, n.

Pronunciation /ˈkaɪn(d)nəs/ /ˈkʌɪn(d)nəs/

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  • 1

    amabilidad feminine
    kindness to sb amabilidad para con algn
    kindness toward sb amabilidad para con algn
    his kindness to / toward us su amabilidad para con nosotros
    • A special thank you to neighbors and friends for their kindness, support and help.
    • Thank you to the Counsells and Beardsleys for their kindness and generosity and hospitality.
    • The couple say they have been left speechless by the kindness and generosity of friends and neighbours.
    • These awards were given to them for their kindness and generosity to their neighbours.
    • A sincere thank you to our family and friends for their kindness on this occasion.
    • Everyone's kindness and generosity is very much appreciated by all concerned.
    • He was known for his kindness and generosity and his concern for the young.
    • But people need to be treated with kindness, compassion and support, not as criminals.
    • And a huge thank you for all your kindness and generosity within this department.
    • This shows tolerance, acceptance and kindness, whether you support his view or not.
    • We experienced the warmth and kindness of the local people who soon became our friends.
    • The joy, the support, the care and kindness that this man showed was completely amazing.
    • Her kindness and generosity go way beyond what is expected of any human being.
    • The kindness and generosity of people I have never met leaves me lost for words.
    • Its time to treat yourself with the same kindness and care you give others.
    • Their spirituality resides in values of neighbourliness, kindness, community and family.
    • Part of the problem with kindness and compassion is that they often present as weak and empty virtues.
    • It is only in the last few days that stories have emerged of his quiet acts of kindness and thoughtfulness.
    • Noted for her kindness and courtesy, Catherine was very much at home in her chosen vocation.
    • Doreen was renowned for her caring and compassionate nature and her kindness to so many people.
  • 2

    favor masculine
    detalle masculine
    we are grateful for their many kindnesses les estamos agradecidos por sus muchos favores / detalles
    • it was a kindness not to tell him the truth fue piadoso no decirle la verdad
    • I don't know exactly what my father hoped to accomplish by denying us this most basic of human kindnesses.
    • I grew to love and respect Xavier, who showed me many small kindnesses like tying my shoe-laces, wiping my nose or offering me the odd sweet.
    • And so, rather than make a simple barter or exchange between two people, we'd be part of a chain of kindnesses, passed on from one person to another, and that chain would be unbroken as long as people just kept doing it.
    • The crotchety and the crooked have their vulnerabilities and kindnesses, and no-one is wholly good or bad.
    • The family thanks them all for their many kindnesses, good wishes, and expressions of sympathy; and wishes that in lieu of flowers, they make a donation to a charity of their choice.
    • The dangers, the diseases, the unexpected kindnesses and harsh brutality met by the travellers are pieced together from their letters and journals in a story as gripping as fiction.
    • There were a ton of celebrities, who dropped what they were doing to come to pay respects, amazing stories and recollections of kindnesses long past.
    • I don't know them but I appreciate their kindnesses to her.
    • It's also about remembering someone who, whatever her faults, performed more kindnesses to more people than most of us will get round to meeting in lifetimes twice as long.
    • All their little kindnesses, the shared meals, the pre-war adventures, the down moments, all lost.
    • It's a bruising headlong rush - all kindnesses abandoned on the cutting-room floor.
    • Before you had it even formulated in your mind, she had offered to help and, sadly, we never had a chance to return so many kindnesses.
    • People believed that filial piety was the first of all kindnesses.
    • Strangers extend kindnesses at unlikely times and can make you feel so good.
    • But I feel such greed would have not been the correct response to the kindnesses I had already been shown.
    • She asked each of us to give her a list of kindnesses that we had done for other people.
    • We have experienced the prayers and kindnesses of so very many friends, near and far.
    • One of his kindnesses was commissioning a review of my book, which appears in this issue.
    • Michael was conducting the three-site tour in English especially for me, and I am indebted for that and many additional kindnesses from him and others.
    • I would like to thank you now for your kindnesses as I will be gone before you rise.