Definición de kindly en inglés:

kindly

Silabificación: kind·ly
Pronunciación: /ˈkīn(d)lē
 
/

adverbio

adjetivo

(kindlier, kindliest) Volver al principio  
  • 2 archaic Native-born.

Frases

look kindly on

Regard (someone or something) sympathetically.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • But, against the run of play, Stanley had enough in their locker to take the lead after the referee, for a change, looked kindly on the visitors.
  • But the Gods looked kindly on Freddie that day - undeservedly, I think - so I answered.
  • But it wouldn't surprise me if history looked kindly on them in the coming years.

not take kindly to

Not welcome or be pleased by (someone or something).
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • I talked back to her and she didn't take kindly to that.
  • Only a few people in our team knew one of the secrets I harboured; I didn't take kindly to too many people knowing my weaknesses.
  • Bob takes his art very seriously and doesn't take kindly to jokes about his dancers' limited abilities or the deeper, more spiritual side of himself so eloquently expressed in his presentations.

take something kindly

Like or be pleased by something.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • And the BJP and its vote bank will not take it kindly.
  • That was a pretty thinly veiled shot at Exel, who did not take the comments kindly.
  • And since all that's the case, I'd take it kindly if you and Hurthang and perhaps your friends Kaeritha and Brandark would be sitting down with Marglyth and me to thrash out just how we'd best go about letting that word out.

thank someone kindly

Thank someone very much.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • We only have so much patience time, so we thanked him kindly for his efforts and moved on.
  • Mostly I dozed, very happily, thank you kindly. ‘Sleep is the best medicine,’ my mother used to say, and I reckon she wasn't far wrong.
  • The results are on the front page and we thank her kindly.

Origen

Old English gecyndelīce 'naturally, characteristically' (see kind2, -ly2).

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