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great-hearted

Saltos de línea: great-hearted
Pronunciación: /ˈɡreɪthɑːtɪd
 
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Definición de great-hearted en inglés:

adjetivo

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Having a noble, generous, and courageous spirit.
Example sentences
  • The Jesus portrayed in ‘the Passion’ is open and honest, great-hearted and human, strong and courageous.
  • But still, there is so much more that is big and bold, imaginative and great-hearted.
  • For dusk has all but fallen on that great-hearted generation of Australians who fought here.

Derivados

great-heartedness

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sustantivo
Example sentences
  • Their grief was palpable, for his great-heartedness had touched them financially, morally and emotionally.
  • In the accommodations many of the women made there is a great-heartedness and an adaptive quality far ahead of their times.
  • A memorial service last week paid tribute to a Chelsea resident whose tact, imagination, humour and great-heartedness made him 'the perfect nanny for young artists'.

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