Translation of mercy in Spanish:


misericordia, n.

Pronunciation /ˈmərsi/ /ˈməːsi/

Definition of misericordia in Spanish

nounplural mercies

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    misericordia feminine
    clemencia feminine
    (mission/flight) (before noun) de ayuda
    (mission/flight) (before noun) de socorro
    he begged for mercy pidió clemencia
    • they showed the traitor no mercy no fueron clementes con el traidor
    • I left him to her tender mercies pobre, lo dejé a su merced
    • Philomena Smyth said the walk was the first fund-raising activity for the mercy mission.
    • Noreen took her 10-year-old grand-daughter on the mercy mission.
    • The aid worker, who quit the army in 1992 to become a civilian engineering contractor, revealed how he turned down a well-paid job in Portugal to join the mercy mission.
    • However, the mercy mission has proved controversial because it is being funded by taxpayers money - something some residents have complained about.
    • One of those taking part in the mercy mission is 17-year-old Sarah.
    • Simon is aware, he said, of the hardship and scenes of suffering which he is likely to encounter on his mercy mission.
    • The modern day Mrs. Claus is embarking on a mercy mission to Romania, to bring a little bit of Christmas spirit into the lives of orphaned children.
    • A bury optometrist has helped to safeguard the sight of many desperately poor Ugandans during a vital mercy mission with Vision Aid Overseas.
    • Today very nearly featured a mercy mission to the local hospital, until the patient in question had the nerve to be discharged before Lisa and I could turn up with the grapes.
    • A retired teacher is preparing to take part in a mercy mission to give poverty-stricken children in Eastern Europe a Christmas to remember.
    • Fooled into thinking John was suffering from an incurable brain tumour, the friend, known as Mark, agreed to the killing as a mercy mission.
    • A school headteacher is to go on a mercy mission to Westminster in a last-ditch attempt to save seven of his pupils from deportation.
    • Littleborough charity worker Glenda is off an a mercy mission to help children affected by the world's worst nuclear disaster.
    • A doctor from Tameside Hospital is joining a team of physicians on a mercy mission to help earthquake victims.
    • A family holiday turned into a medical mercy mission as the family met specialists all over the United States to try and find a cure.
    • Listen to him long enough and it begins to sound like a crusade rather than a bid - a mercy mission for investors across the land.
    • A Shipston dad is hoping to build up support for a mercy mission to a tsunami-hit Sri Lankan village.
    • An aerial mercy mission answered the prayers of the monks of Caldey Island to watch the televised funeral of the Pope.
    • A charity worker has thanked people in Harwich for their support ahead of a mercy mission to Romania.
    • After doctors warned last May that the two-year-old might not live to see his 10th birthday, they quickly embarked on their own mercy mission.
    • The person with the lower voice is in the authority position, in that she is the one causing harm and from whom mercy is begged.
    • There are instances in which Mohammed behaved harshly and unjustly in his dealings with people and without mercy towards his enemies.
    • He metes out justice without mercy, with no compassion for any man, an insult to your grandfather's legacy, and your father's.
    • A swarm of dark elves jumped down from the trees and fell upon the humans, slaying them without mercy for harming one of their companions.
    • She had killed without mercy and used her power and beauty to manipulate people into doing whatever she wanted.
    • Anyone who revolted against his or her superior could be punished without mercy.
    • According to her some of the most important aspects that an individual needs to possess in life are love, passion, affection, mercy and compassion for the poor.
    • Could Hashem not find it within His infinite mercy to forgive Moshe's one sin?
    • When I am put into a position of control by a social phenomenon like the Sims, where I get insane pleasure from killing without mercy, well, I begin to wonder.
    • The man in the white coat holding the dart gun looked up as Aidan came down him without mercy and blinded by fury and wrath.
    • All of us afflicted by landlords merely vow to hate them without mercy for the entire day.
    • We must find him for ourselves a God of grace, mercy, love and power, for that is what he really is.
    • He must be henceforth treated like a moral leper to satisfy our conviction that endless ongoing punishment without mercy is ours to mete out to him forever.
    • They will kill you and those you love without mercy.
    • They intended to exploit his fame; they treated him without mercy in hope that he would break and make propaganda broadcasts.
    • ‘We will wage a war without mercy against the terrorists’ he warned.
    • In fact, the Prime Minister's compassion and mercy have absolutely nothing to do with his charitable feelings towards her.
    • Such an image of God may also be of our own making, but it at least provides us with a vision of hope and faith in a God of grace, mercy, and compassion.
    • He could hear them beg for mercy within their minds however; he would not extend any, at least not yet.
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    bendición feminine
    his death came as a mercy su muerte fue una bendición
    • it's a mercy that … es una suerte que …
    • Consistency has never been his forte, so perhaps we should be grateful for the mercies this album provides.
    • The Blues, experiencing troubled times, are grateful for any mercies these days and they gratefully accepted the four points for a victory that nudges them ahead of Glasgow in the Celtic League.
    • They are not killed, as are Easy Rider's dynamic duo, but death would seem a mercy in the face of the fate society seems to have in store for them.
    • It was, he says, a mercy that it happened so swiftly.
    • All occasions invite God's mercies, and all times are God's seasons.
    • I suppose we can be grateful for those (rather large) mercies.
    • It would be a mercy to end its existence, but he left it there, just tethering at the edge of death, wishing for it but not enough to fall over.
    • Accordingly, the arrangement gives extraordinary protections to investors but leaves labor, the environment, and consumers to the mercies of the deregulated markets.
    • Many an immigrants wrote back to their families in the villages applauding the mercies of Lord Ram in providing Shiv Sena, thanks to whose efforts we are alive today from the organized conspiracy of the Islamic Fundamentalists.
    • We are thankful and grateful to God for His undeserved mercies.
    • With a number of top-notch sides potentially lying in wait for Scotland in next month's play-offs, yesterday's success may yet prove a minuscule mercy.
    • Mind you, it wasn't a good meal, so perhaps it was a mercy.
    • The Koran speaks of the advent of the Prophet as a mercy to the entire universe.
    • By experience we discover the Lord's mercies to be new every morning, and his faithfulness to be sure and dependable even when ours is weak.
    • I guess it's a mercy that I'll be in an eagerly awaited training from 10-noon.
    • American Airlines was ridiculously accommodating, and that was a mercy.
    • A priceless goal midway through the second half was a mercy in this impoverished era for the national side.
    • Given the sheer volume of my singing voice, this is a mercy.
    • Finally, the Queen showed a little mercy, allowing the couple to meet once every year on the Silver River.
    • It didn't occur to us to wonder what they thought of us, which might have been a mercy.
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    mercy (me)! ¡Dios mío!