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apologize
American English: /əˈpɑləˌdʒaɪz/
British English: /əˈpɒlədʒʌɪz/

Translation of apologize in Spanish:

intransitive verb

  • pedir perdón
    disculparse
    he didn't even apologize
    ni siquiera pidió perdón
    ni siquiera se disculpó
    to apologize (to somebody) for somethingwe apologize for the delay/inconvenience
    rogamos disculpen el retraso/las molestias
    you must apologize to her for being so rude
    tienes que pedirle perdón por haber sido tan grosero
    I must apologize for my son
    quisiera disculparme por el comportamiento de mi hijo
    Example sentences
    • The family regrets and apologizes for the omission in the previous obituary.
    • His staff are striving to find a form of words to allow him to express his regret without officially apologising for the debacle.
    • I informed him that I had come back to apologize for the wrong I had done, if he would permit me to do so.

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