Definición de benevolent en inglés:

benevolent

Saltos de línea: ben|evo¦lent
Pronunciación: /bɪˈnɛv(ə)l(ə)nt
 
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adjetivo

1Well meaning and kindly: he was something of a benevolent despot a benevolent smile
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • James has a winning grin, a benevolent smile and an infectious laugh.
  • The General gave the crowd of reporters a benevolent smile, which they simply ignored.
  • Jullie looked at him, with that benevolent smile that always seemed to be on her face.
Sinónimos
1.1 [attributive] (Of an organization) serving a charitable rather than a profit-making purpose: a benevolent fund
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Some paid for the privilege of nailing by contributing to a war charity or benevolent organization.
  • Also returning will be the local firefighters, who will be collecting money for their benevolent fund as well as their own depot.
  • He hopes to raise £5,000 which will go to the British Heart Foundation and army benevolent fund.
Sinónimos

Origen

late Middle English: from Old French benivolent, from Latin bene volent- 'well wishing', from bene 'well' + velle 'to wish'.

Derivativos

benevolently

adverbio
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The statue, with outspread wings and hands raised benevolently, was on a trough where horses drank before pulling their heavy loads up the hill.
  • We are looked upon quite benevolently, and we are quite an old fashioned company - we always pay our bills within a few days, but we are not daft!
  • She looked surprised and smiled benevolently at me - ‘Outspoken child’, she probably thought to herself.

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