Sinónimos de grace en inglés:

grace


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nombre

1‘she has the natural grace of a ballerina’

SINÓNIMOS
elegance, stylishness, poise, finesse, charm
gracefulness, dexterity, adroitness
deftness, fluidity of movement, fluency, flow, suppleness, smoothness, ease, effortlessness, naturalness, neatness, precision, agility, nimbleness, light-footedness
coloquial poetry in motion
marginal flowingness, lightsomeness
ANTÓNIMOS

stiffness, inelegance

2‘he at least had the grace to look sheepish’

SINÓNIMOS
courtesy, courteousness, politeness, manners, good manners, mannerliness, civility, decorum, decency, propriety, breeding, respect, respectfulness
consideration, thought, thoughtfulness, tact, tactfulness, diplomacy, etiquette
humorístico couth
ANTÓNIMOS

effrontery

3‘the artist's fall from grace’

SINÓNIMOS
favour, approval, approbation, acceptance, commendation, esteem, regard, respect, preferment, liking, support, goodwill
ANTÓNIMOS

disfavour

4‘he was granted a house by grace of the king’

SINÓNIMOS
favour, good will, generosity, kindness, benefaction, beneficence, indulgence

5‘they have been given five days' grace to decide’

SINÓNIMOS
deferment, deferral, postponement, suspension, putting back, putting off, adjournment, delay, shelving, rescheduling, interruption, arrest, pause
respite, stay, moratorium, reprieve
Norteamericano tabling
Norteamericano continuation
marginal put-off

6‘say grace’

SINÓNIMOS
prayer of thanks, thanksgiving, blessing, benediction

verbo

1‘the occasion was graced by the presence of Lady Thomson’

SINÓNIMOS
dignify, distinguish, add distinction to, add dignity to, honour, bestow honour on, favour, enhance, add lustre to, magnify, ennoble, glorify, elevate, make lofty, aggrandize, upgrade

2‘the dolphin fresco may originally have graced the floor of an upper chamber’

SINÓNIMOS
adorn, embellish, decorate, furnish, ornament, add ornament to, enhance
beautify, prettify, enrich, bedeck, deck, deck out, garnish, emblazon, gild, set off
coloquial get up, do up, do out
literario bejewel, bedizen, caparison, furbelow

Phrases

    with good grace

    ‘we accept the decision with good grace’


    SINÓNIMOS
    willingly, without hesitation, unhesitatingly, gladly, happily, cheerfully, with pleasure, without reluctance, ungrudgingly, voluntarily
    eagerly, promptly, quickly